Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is unlikely to make a move to Manchester City in the summer, according to reports.
Man United and Pogba would part ways in the summer after both parties failed to reach an agreement over handing the France star a new contract. As a result, the midfielder would leave the club as a free agent in June.
The Frenchman has been linked with moves to PSG, Real Madrid and a return to Juventus and a switch to Manchester United rivals, Manchester City.
Several reports emerged last week that Pep Guardiola was considering a move to lure the World Cup winner for free at the end of the season and believed the 29-year-old would improve his midfield.
Manchester United fans did not take the reports lightly, just the same way they did when reports emerged last year that Cristiano Ronaldo was close to joining Manchester City, thanks to the memories the France midfielder has created at Old Trafford and the rivalry between both clubs.
However, according to David Ornstein, via The Athletic, Paul Pogba moving to Manchester City is not going to happen after he opted against joining the Etihad club, instead favouring the whole package offered by another club.
The same journalist confirmed that Real Madrid, Juventus and PSG are the three main contenders for Pogba’s signature.