Paul Pogba is unhappy at Manchester United and has instructed his agent, Mino Raiola, to begin working on a transfer back to Juventus this summer, according to reports.
The French midfielder fell out of favour with Jose Mourinho midway through the season, briefly losing his place in the United starting XI as the two argued over formation and tactics.
Mourinho relented and used a three-man midfield towards the backend of the season, with Ander Herrera’s inclusion giving Pogba the freedom he had craved.
However, Italian newspaper Tuttosport report that their relationship remains extremely fragile and that has prompted Pogba to look for a summer move away from Old Trafford.
Raiola is more than happy to accommodate Pogba’s desire, with the agent also having fallen out with Mourinho and already moved a number of his clients away from United.
At one point, the Red Devils had a horde of Raiola’s players, but several – such as Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic – have left while others could soon follow suit.
Raiola is ready to begin paving the way for Pogba to return to Juventus, though the Frenchman will need to take a significant pay cut in order for the Serie A champions to be able to afford him.