Will Manchester United Sell Paul Pogba This Summer?

Manchester United are given an 80 per cent chance of keeping Paul Pogba this summer with the betting on his future garnering interest.

Will Manchester United Sell Paul Pogba This Summer?

Paul Pogba looks increasingly likely to stay at Manchester United beyond the summer transfer window, according to his latest transfer betting odds.

The Frenchman's controversial agent, Mino Raiola, has previously claimed Pogba is unhappy at United and that his time at Old Trafford is all but up, but an upturn in the club's fortunes appears to have impacted the odds on a move.

His eventual exit from United has been talked about extensively over last few seasons and there are sure to be no shortage of takers for the gifted midfielder should he state his desire to move on.

Pogba's current contract at Old Trafford runs until June 2022. So will United decide to dispense with the 27-year-old this summer to finally end the ongoing saga around his long-term future?

Ladbrokes made it as short as 5/4 for United to sell him during the January window, but the tide has since turned and Unibet now go 1/4 on him remaining at Old Trafford for next season - an implied probability of 80%.

If they decide to cash in on Pogba this summer for fear of losing him for nothing next year, Paris Saint-Germain are rated as favourites with William Hill at 5/1.

Juve In The Running

Pogba's former club Juventus are rated 6/1 second favourites to bring the midfielder back to Turin in the summer transfer window with Raiola playing up the prospect of a move back to the Bianconeri because of his and Pogba's connections at the Serie A champions.

The 27-year-old is still highly thought of at Juventus after four successful seasons with the club before his then-record breaking move to Manchester United in 2016.

Real Madrid, who have been favourites for his signature in the past, are now as long as 10/1 with William Hill to sign Pogba in the summer with Real coach Zinedine Zidane a confirmed admirer of his fellow Frenchman. That said, Zidane's future in charge of Madrid is currently uncertain.

Cash-strapped Barcelona are pretty much out of the running at 20/1 to lure the World Cup winner to the Camp Nou, with the La Liga giants thought to be scouring Europe for free transfers this summer instead.

Inter Milan, who have already signed the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Ashley Young from Manchester United in recent seasons, are also big outsiders to make another raid on Old Trafford – this time for Pogba.

Meanwhile, European champions Bayern Munich come last in the betting at 33/1 to sign Pogba in the summer, while United's Premier League rivals Manchester City and Chelsea are both considered unlikely to pull off a shock move for the midfielder.