Manchester United fans’ split response to Paul Pogba transfer rumors to Paris Saint-Germain

Manchester United fans have mixed opinions on the rumors linking Paul Pogba to a possible departure from Old Trafford this summer.

Reports have emerged in France claiming the France international is set to agree on personal terms with Paris Saint-Germain.

According to MEN sources, PSG have not officially approached United about a potential transfer for Pogba, and the Frenchman is happy at Manchester and satisfied to stay at the club for another year.

However, that could all change if PSG made a significant bid for the French midfielder, and fans were generally divided in their reaction to the prospect of the midfielder leaving.

Some were found ruining Pogba’s potential exit, while others were more than happy to see the Frenchman being linked with a move away from the club.

@geoffiejeff: I pray for this deal, I would even go so far as to add my own money to whatever PSG comes up with just so this boy can leave us

@ NovaSorc3rer: So we bring in Sancho and Varane? But let Pogba go? Well, not that good of a transfer window is it? We need at least 2 midfielders to replace Pogba.

@ Evan5Quigley: Big step back for Utd if he goes! The team is building really well now under Ole, no one has a clue how good this guy could be if we surround him with decent players and give him a good environment to play.

@ ChrisSilveste14: Bring him out. Let him go even if it’s 50-60 million, I don’t care, then use that money to reinvest in the team. Sign Camavinga / Saul & Berge and play Van de Beek a lot more

@ Iddy88: In his day I would like him 100% at United, but if we sell him there is a chance to balance the midfielder properly. Camavinga + a tempo corrector. Plus, Pogba is leaving for free next season and he’s not signing a contract. We must sell if we can

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