Ferguson losing patience with Manchester United contract rebel Pogba - report

The young midfielder has not featured since his appearance from the bench against Wolves after reportedly resisting another request to extend his deal at Old Trafford
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is losing patience with contract rebel Paul Pogba, according to the Daily Mail.

Pogba has been frequently linked with a move away from Old Trafford having refused to extend his United deal throughout the current season.

Now, the midfielder has reportedly rejected another request to agree new terms despite being brought back into the fray by Ferguson.

Pogba's appearances from the bench against West Brom, Athletic Bilbao and Wolves in March were his first since January and an attempt by his manager to win him back over, it is claimed.

Juventus are ready to offer Pogba a four-year, £20,000-a-week deal, according to the report, with United set to receive just £300,000 in compensation.

Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, who also represents Mario Balotelli, could reportedly pocket £1.7 million in commission through such a deal.

Despite being demoted back to the reserve squad before returning to the bench for United's 2-0 win over Blackburn Rovers, Pogba is said to be keeping his options open for now.

Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea and AC Milan could all be interested in the Frenchman if he decides to leave the Red Devils.

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