Wayne Rooney says it’s better for Paul Pogba to leave Man United

This summer, Manchester United is facing the possibility of watching star midfielder Paul Pogba leave Old Trafford on a free transfer for the second time in his career. Club legend Wayne Rooney said he thinks it might be what’s best for everyone involved.

After leaving United for Juventus in 2012, Pogba returned to Manchester in the summer of 2016 in a £89 million ($116.4 million at the time) move that made him the world’s most expensive transfer at the time. 

While the 29-year-old is still the club’s most expensive signing ever, Pogba’s second stint at the club has been widely viewed as far from successful. The French international has won as many trophies with France (2018 World Cup, 2020–21 UEFA Nations League) as at United (2017 Europa League and League Cup)—something Rooney alluded to.

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