Paul Pogba 'Rejects £50m Contract Offer' To Extend His Stay At Manchester United

Paul Pogba is set to leave Manchester United this summer after reportedly turning down a long-term £50m contract offer from the club.

Questions surround the Frenchman's future at Old Trafford with just 12 months left on his current deal and Paris Saint-Germain interested in making a move.  

The 28-year-old's unwillingness to sign a new contract until now has forced United to look at the prospect of selling their record signing this summer or risk losing him on a free next year. 

United have now been dealt a blow in their ambitions to keep Pogba, with the Daily Mirror reporting that the midfielder has turned down a contract offer worth £50m.

The Red Devils offered Pogba a massive £350,000 per week deal, which would have been a big rise from his existing £290,000 a week contract.

Pogba and agent Mino Raiola are said to have snubbed the deal in a bid to force through a move to French giants PSG.