Paul Pogba has slammed Manchester United for offering him ‘nothing’ despite the Red Devils filing several contracts worth more than the AUD$508,000 a week he already earns.
In a new documentary titled ‘The Pogmentary’, it is revealed that Pogba has been offered several offers that would make him one of the highest paid players in the game.
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But a chat on the show between the French midfielder and late super agent Mino Raiola lifts the lid on exactly how Pogba felt about the new terms offered to him by the Red Devils.
Sitting in a Rolls Royce as he drove down a Miami highway, Pogba asked Raiola if the club had made him a second offer, to which Raiola replied emphatically: “Yes. They absolutely want you to stay.
But the super agent didn’t feel the club’s conditions were representative of what his client might deserve.
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“For me, the offer doesn’t reflect that,” Raiola said.
“I told them, ‘If you want him to stay, don’t make this offer.’
“I’m going to make it clear to them that if they really want you to stay and want to build a project around you, this time they have to do something different and put the money on the table.”
Pogba, clearly taken aback by Raiola’s information, remained see red.
“They’re bluffing,” Pogba said.
“How can you tell a player that you absolutely want him and not offer him anything? Never seen that.
Towards the end of the documentary, Pogba somewhat swore revenge on the Premier League heavyweights, insisting that he “will show Manchester that they made a mistake by waiting to give me a contract” and ” will show other clubs that Manchester made a mistake by not offering me. contract.”
Pogba is a free agent after leaving United at the end of the 21/22 Premier League season in which the Red Devils finished sixth on their lowest points tally in the league.
The 29-year-old is expected to sign for Juventus – the club he was at before moving to United for $155million – after other suitors pulled out of the race for his signature.