Paul Pogba reveals reason why he left Manchester United

Paul Pogba reveals reason why he left Manchester United

Paul Pogba has suggested that he decided not to renew his Manchester United contract because he felt that he wasn’t loved by the club, teammates and fans.

Man United this month announced that Pogba will leave the club at the end of this month as a free agent.

Manchester United resigned the France star from Juventus in 2016, making him the then-most expensive signing in the world, in a bid to help Jose Mourinho take the club back to the top.

The 29-year-old would rather fail to live up to expectations throughout his six years stay at the club, though he managed to win the Europa League, EFL Cup and the Community Shield.

Pogba would fall out with Jose Mourinho and get abused by some large number of Manchester United fans, legends and pundits over his lack of consistency and his lifestyle off the pitch.

The ex-Juventus star reportedly declined what could have made him one of the highest earners in the world, in a bid to end his Old Trafford nightmares.

Paul Pogba has suggested that he wasn't loved by some of his teammates
Paul Pogba has suggested that he wasn’t loved by some of his teammates

Pogba has opened up on why he has decided to leave The Red Devils, suggesting that he didn’t get the most important thing at the club – being comfortable with the club, fans and around his teammates.

Paul Pogba told Uninterrupted: “As long as you click with the team, the fans, the club, that knows you and loves you.

“Myself and all the players can only enjoy themselves and give their best when you’re free mentally. That’s when you perform.

“You need to be comfortable where you are, with who you are playing with. That’s the most important thing.”

Paul Pogba has strongly been linked with a return to Juventus, with reports claiming the deal is close to be finalised.