Paul Pogba has been linked with a move out of Manchester United for quite some time now, as it's been openly known that he's not interested in being a part of the team anymore.
The Red Devils refused to sell him in the summer transfer window despite serious interest from FC Barcelona and Real Madrid, but it seems inevitable at this point as he obviously wants out of Old Trafford.
Pogba is supposed to be nursing an ankle injury and has been sidelined for two months, but was spotted playing pickup basketball in Miami and rumors about his desire to leave flooded the internet again.
That's why former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich thinks the team should just give up on him already and grant his desire to leave in the upcoming transfer window. Nonetheless, Bosnich claims they should let him go at a fair price, as he's still one of the best players in the world:
“It doesn’t sound good. It sounds exactly like he’s trying to force a move. If that’s the case, Manchester United should make their minds up immediately. Regardless of the player, you are on a world standing, you can ill afford to be spending four or five months on the bench. But if that is the case, there’s no use other than to turn around and say, ‘OK, we’re going to get the best price for you’. And I wouldn’t be selling him for any less than he’s worth," Bosnich told TalkSPORT.
Manchester United have struggled to keep up with the top-four teams since the start of the season and they could sure use a couple of reinforcements in January, so letting Pogba walk would be a smart move for the Red Devils, assuming Pogba is, in fact, trying to force his way out by faking an injury.