Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has made the decision to leave the club in the summer, according to AS.
The Madrid-based publication reports that the Frenchman wants to return to Italy or play in Spain to further progress his career.
Pogba wanted to leave following his reported fallout with former manager Jose Mourinho, but he is on good terms with interim head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and his decision is not believed to be down to any issue with the Norwegian.
The 26-year-old is said to have two major suitors in Real Madrid and Juventus. Juve are looking the favourites as AS reports Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has a better relationship with the Serie A club following his help in selling the Frenchman to United.
The Italian-born Dutch businessman is not on good terms with Real president Florentino Perez, making any switch to the Bernabeu problematic.
Pogba’s £250,000 a week wages would, however, be a stumbling block for Juventus, which means the midfielder’s future club is far from certain if AS are to be believed.