PAUL POGBA has told his Manchester United team-mates he is pushing for a summer exit and has their support, according to reports.
The Frenchman, 26, has started just six games this season after battling injury and his agent Mino Raiola has criticised the backroom setup at Old Trafford.
Real Madrid and Juventus have maintained a long-term interest in Pogba, who has not played since December, as they look for the right time to swoop.
And the Manchester Evening News claims that the superstar midfielder has already informed the dressing room that he is keen to move on.
Their report adds that“the majority of United players want him to leave for the benefit of the dressing room.”
Raiola has been outspoken in his criticism of Pogba’s employers – claiming that even Pele or Maradona would struggle there.
But the Italian agent did come out in support of Ed Woodward after thugs threw flares at the bigwig’s house.
Pogba is under contract until 2021, although United have the option of extending his deal by 12 months.
The World Cup winner is valued at over 150million by the club but form and injury struggles have seen his stock fall.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer endured a frustrating January window despite the arrival of Bruno Fernandes and could fund an overhaul of his squad if he decides to allow Pogba to move on.