Paul Pogba to pocket huge £3.8MILLION ‘loyalty bonus’ as he leaves Man Utd on free transfer after six-year flop

MANCHESTER UNITED can pay Paul Pogba a £3.8million loyalty bonus when he leaves on the finish of the month, in response to studies.

The Crimson Devils announced on Wednesday Pogba will leave upon the expiry of his contract and thanked him for his efforts during the last six years.

Paul Pogba will probably be paid a loyalty bonus of £3.8m for staying at Manchester United for six yearsGetty

However in a single remaining insult to followers who turned fed up with the Frenchman over the previous couple of months, United will fork out nearly £4m extra as a loyalty bonus, report the Daily Mail.

Pogba, 29, can be set to receive around £1.1m in wages for the month of June – with out kicking a ball.

The World Cup winner will get a loyalty bonus as his wage has been lower annually, beginning at £8.6m and dropping to £7.7m, with Pogba now being paid again the distinction.

The midfielder has been paid greater than £90m in wages by United since 2016, in addition to amassing picture rights funds totalling £2.8m-a-year and a £1.8m bonus for every Champions League qualification.

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And that’s on high of the £90m switch charge it took to signal Pogba from Juventus, to not point out the £39m paid to his agent Mino Raiola to get the deal achieved.

Now United will lose Pogba for nothing with a return to Juventus on the cards.

He faces an enormous wage lower ought to he return to Serie A so Paris Saint-Germain could entice him back to his hometown with greater wages and an opportunity to win silverware.

Many United followers will probably be glad to see the again of Pogba and are excited by doubtlessly signing Barcelona star Frenkie de Jong as his alternative.

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The Crimson Devils have reportedly opened talks to sign the Dutchman with a £50m move within the works.

Pogba, in the meantime, has said his farewell, posting on Instagram: “I really feel privileged to have performed for this membership.

“Many beautiful moments and memories but most importantly an unconditional support from the fans. Thank you.”

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