Pogba leaves a question mark over if he will stay or if he will go.
After a good performance, which saw him have two assists in the opening game of the season by Paul Pogba.
Not only will the story of him leaving not go away, but the player himself will not allow it to go away.
According to Sky Sports, when asked about his future at the club he told RMC Sport:
“Now, we know there have been things said. Time will tell. We remain still on this big question mark.
It must be duly noted that prior to this question, he said:
“I am at Manchester. I am having fun with my team-mates.”
“I want to always win the matches.”
“I will always give everything when I am on the pitch.”
“I am always good when I play football.”
“I am doing what I love, it’s my job.”
“I will give the maximum every time I will be on the pitch.”
The question over Pogba’s future surfaced back during the Jose Mourinho era.
But were attributed to his deteriorating relationship with his then manager.
When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer arrived, we saw a rejuvenated Pogba.
However, fading form at the end of the season got the fans back on his back. The final time game of the season, saw him being booed and insults thrown his way.
The postseason is where the real talk began. Flirtatious comments exchanged between Zinedine Zidane and Pogba only added fuel to the fire.
This only intensified when Pogba publicly came out and said:
“Maybe it was time for a new challenge.”
Then his super-agent Mino Raiola made things even worse by adding:
“The club knows what he wants.”
All the signs pointed to the exit. United valued the player at 180 million pounds.
Solskjaer hinted that he would sell if a valuation was met, but he hoped to build a team around the talismanic Frenchman.
The only offer United actually received was an insulting £27.6m plus James Rodriguez from Real.
Juventus are still rumoured to be interested. Real are still flirting but have explored other options.
What can be said is if you watch him train and play. There are no signs of a player not giving his all for his current employers and teammates.
If the question marks are to be erased, Pogab needs to publicly commit.