According to reports, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is unhappy with the club’s decision to trigger the one-year extension clause in his contract last month.
The Frenchman would have been free to sign a pre-contract agreement with overseas clubs from January 1st, but instead the club have decided to take up the extension option in order to preserve his value.
The Frenchman has been heavily linked with an exit from Old Trafford since rejoining the club in a then-world record £89m deal in 2016, but appears settled at the club now.
It is believed the player and his representatives were keen on a new contract rather than triggering his one-year extent.
However, the club remain keen for Pogba to sign a new deal, but don’t want to take chances on losing the player for free.