Manchester United sacrifices Bogba to achieve his summer goals
Manchester United will be among the clubs that will be economically affected by the new epidemic of the Corona virus, which has struck all over the world.
According to information received from the British newspaper “The Sun”, Manchester United will have to sell some players if it wants to pump new blood this summer.
The newspaper pointed out that Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solshire wanted to sign Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, and Aston Villa midfielder Jacques Greelich.
The source added that Manchester United will have to sell several names to achieve its summer goals, and Paul Pogba may be at the helm of the departed, along with Smalling, Rojo, Lingard and Berreira.
Paul Pogba’s contract expires in the summer of 2021 with the option to extend for an additional year, and several clubs wish to include Real Madrid and Juventus Paris Saint-Germain, but the player still prefers Real Madrid.