Not the best start for Paul Pogba this season.
After being hit with racist slurs on social media and often becoming the recipient of abuse online due to his links to Real Madrid, the Frenchman has now become the centre of yet another controversy, with a graffiti outside of Manchester United's training ground in Carrington reading “Pogba Out”.
Vandals purporting to be Manchester United fans have expressed their displeasure about Paul Pogba's possible exit to Real Madrid by graffiting a sign outside the club's Carrington training ground.
The spray-painted message reads “Pogba Out” on a sign telling fans not to congregate around the road to try and get player signatures, which had only recently been put up by the club.
There has been no secret made of the Frenchman's desire to find a Manchester United exit this summer, and it appears fans have finally had enough.
United seem desperate to keep Pogba, and with the European transfer deadline looming, it appears they will get their wish.
— utdreport (@utdreport) August 28, 2019
However, Real Madrid may still be preparing a move, and Paul Pogba's brother Mathias fuelled the fire by saying ‘everyone knows my brother would be great for Real Madrid and Zinedine Zidane,' in a recent interview.
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