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Set to bid goodbye to Juventus soon

Former Manchester United captain Gary Neville insists that the Red Devils "would be fine" if Paul Pogba left.

Pogba has failed to hit the heights that were expected of him, while his relationship with Jose Mourinho is extremely strained.

Manchester United have reportedly set their sights on Juventus superstar Paulo Dybala, who is also being tailed by Real Madrid.

Jose Mourinho has admitted he is "in the dark" over Paul Pogba's plans for the future but insists the France World Cup victor has never told him he wants to quit Manchester United.

Manchester United beat Leicester City in their first English Premier League game this season. I have a contract.

"My future is now in Manchester, I still have a contract, I'm playing there at the moment, but who knows what will happen in the next few months".

"If they can stay in it until January and maybe get one or two defenders in, they may have a chance, but I doubt it".

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"At this moment, I am in the dark".

"Since under-16 I played with him", said the Watford midfielder.

And former England manager Sam Allaryce has stuck the knife into the France worldwide, claiming that players are getting too big for their own boots. You don't need to do that'.

"This year everyone wants to be in the top 10".

"I did not want just to get away from Bayern, but I was thrilled to try a new challenge. As a manager I tell you the truth".

The Mirror reported last month that United held talks with Bayern Munich over a potential £44.5m deal to sign the German World Cup victor following their friendly at the Allianz Arena in early August but once again they failed to get a deal agreed. But they haven't been misinterpreted, they haven't.

He said: "I think when we give him time, and we keep our patience with the players and with him, I think we can actually focus on what's happening".

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