PAUL POGBA has turned down a move to Manchester City, according to reports.
Pogba, 29, has given serious consideration to City’s “flattering” bid.
Pogba is set to leave United at the end of the season upon the expiry of his contract.
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Pogba contemplated joining the blue side of Manchester, like Carlos Tevez did in 2009.
But he has instead decided to pursue other options.
A trio of Europe’s finest clubs are set to battle it out for Pogba’s signature.
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All have been heavily linked with Pogba over the last few seasons.
He enjoyed great success in Turin under their current boss Massimiliano Allegri.
While a move home to France could appeal.
Jamie Carragher will feel that City have dodged a bullet.
Discussing the potential move at the weekend, the Sky Sports pundit said: “I wouldn’t go anywhere near him. You win the league every year, you get 95 to 100 points every year.
I’m not doubting his quality, but he does not work hard enough
“He doesn’t work hard enough as the other players. If Pep could get it out of him fantastic, there’s no doubt there’s ability – no one has ever doubted it.
“But when you see the creative players City have, Foden, Bernardo Silva. These type of players who are brilliant players and don’t stop running, working from minute one.
“That’s what makes Manchester City what they are, they’re a great team, brilliant manager. I’m not doubting his quality, but he does not work hard enough.
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“When you see him in a France shirt or at times for Manchester United, unbelievable quality. Does special things at different times.
“But we’re still six years in and we’re still talking about his best position, who can get the best out of him.”