– Mathias Pogba has disclosed that he wants his brother Paul to leave Man United for Barcelona
– The France international’s current contract at Old Trafford would expire at the end of next season
– Pogba will be hoping to land his second Europa League title when the Red Devils take on Villarreal
PAY ATTENTION: Join . Telegram channel! Never miss important updates!
Mathias Pogba, elder brother of Paul has admitted that he would love to see his sibling leave Man United for Barcelona this summer, Metro.
The 28-year-old will be out of contract in June 2022 and discussions over a possible renewal have not be successful as the Frenchman is demanding a mouthwatering £400,000-a-week.
Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona are all on standby should the Red Devils’ decide to place him on the transfer market this summer.
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see . News on your Facebook News Feed!
Mathias has now revealed that his brother Paul is a huge fan of Barca’s newly-elected president Joan Laporta.
He spoke with Spanish news media outlet El Chiringuito de Jugones:
“Paul likes Laporta very much, can you tell us something about your brother’s situation?” he was asked.
The Tabor Sezana star replied:
“Once he wins the Europa League, then we will talk.”
On rumours linking his brother with Barca, the Guinean international added:
“I don’t know anything but I’m with you Jose, I would sign tomorrow if that was the question.
“Hopefully he will sign for Barca.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not giving up on Pogba and he believes the France international will commit his long term future to United.
With six goals and six assists across all competitions Pogba looks set to land his second Europa League title when United and Villarreal clash in the final in the coming week.
PAY ATTENTION: Become a member of the leading sports Facebook group ‘. Football Fan Zone’
Meanwhile, . had earlier reported that Man United stars Paul Pogba and Amad Diallo have shown their solidarity for Palestine after being spotted carrying the country’s flag around Old Trafford during the club’s end-of-season lap of honour.
The session came after United’s 1-1 draw against Fulham on the night of Tuesday, May 18, in what was the club’s last home match this season.
The encounter was marked with the return of 10,000 fans who had the privilege to watch the match from the stadium after easing of lockdown restrictions on England.