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'WILL sell Paul Pogba this summer with the midfielder still refusing to sign a new contract' after agent Mino Raiola's 'it's over' bombshell - and PSG, Juventus and are all keen on signing the £89m superstar Midfielder Paul Pogba has been in excellent form recently for He was instrumental against Aston Villa as United moved level on points at top But last month his agent Mino Raiola said his time at Old Trafford was over  Reports now claim United have accepted he will leave with Juventus linked 

By Kishan Vaghela For Mailonline

Published: 23:37 GMT, 2 January 2021 | Updated: 01:52 GMT, 3 January 2021

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have resigned themselves to selling Paul Pogba in the summer after acknowledging he will not sign a new deal, according to reports. 

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The World Cup winner has been in excellent form for the club since his agent Mino Raiola declared last month that the £89million midfielder's time at Old Trafford was 'over'.

But according to the Daily Mirror, despite being impressed by his application in United's storming recent run which has seen them rise to level on points with leaders Liverpool at the top of the table, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club accept they must sell him at the end of the season.

Manchester United have reportedly resigned themselves to selling Paul Pogba in the summer

have reportedly resigned themselves to selling Paul Pogba in the summer

Pogba has been in excellent form for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, who sit second in the table

Pogba has been in excellent form for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, who sit second in the table

In October, United triggered a one-year contract extension to tie the 27-year-old to the club until the summer of 2022, but are now reportedly hoping to recoup some of the money that they paid

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