PAUL POGBA has reportedly been excluded from Manchester United’s trip to Spain as he edges closer to a transfer away.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad headed out to Marbella this morning for a warm-weather camp during their Premier League winter break.
However the wantaway Frenchman has not joined his team-mates after being told to stay away, according to the Daily Star.
Instead the 26-year-old midfielder has been left to his own devices.
And he has used part of the week away to post messages onto social media of himself in the Middle East.
Six weeks ago Solskjaer said Pogba would be out for “three to four weeks” following minor ankle surgery but he has still yet to return to the side.
He is still not deemed fit enough to train and Solskjaer is believed to be reluctant to have him around the first-team environment.
But those reports contradict MEN’s story that claims it was “never intended” for Pogba to travel to Spain.
Although his absence does suggest that the star could be edging closer to securing a move away.
And as exclusively revealed by Sun Sport, United have slashed £30m off his asking price in order to get him out the door.
The fed-up Old Trafford hierarchy are now ready to sell him for £150million.
Real Madrid and Juventus have held a long-term interest and both are leading the chase to snap him up this summer.