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PAUL POGBA acknowledges that he squandered his best years at Manchester United.

Newcastle United and Aston Villa are both interested in signing Paul Pogba after the France international claims he has wasted five years at Manchester United.

The £89 million star’s contract will expire in the summer, and he will be free to leave.

Juventus, Real Madrid, and Paris Saint-Germain are the frontrunners to sign Pogba, with Newcastle and Aston Villa keeping an eye on the situation.

“The last five seasons have not satisfied me – at all,” Pogba remarked.

“It’s dead this year; we’re not going to win anything.” I want to win trophies, whether it’s at Manchester United or another team.”

Pogba, 29, claims he became depressed during his tenure at United, particularly under Jose Mourinho.

“It started while I was with Jose Mourinho in Manchester,” he explained.

Paul Pogba has attracted interest from Aston Villa and Newcastle ahead of the summer

“You ask yourself questions and wonder whether you’re to blame because you’ve never had these experiences before.”

“Do you have to be happy all of the time because you make money?” Life isn’t like that at all. However, it does not pass in football; we are not superheroes, but merely human beings.”

Pogba is currently serving with France on an international level, where he has always felt more at ease.

“It’s straightforward with France,” he said. “I play and I play in my position — I know my role and I sense the coach’s faith in me.”

“It’s natural to notice differences at Manchester United since it’s difficult to maintain consistency when your position, team system, or partners are frequently changed.

“I got along well with Didier Deschamps; he offered me a job that I am familiar with, but do I have a role at Manchester United?” I pose the question, but I am unable to provide a response.”

Pogba enjoys his time with the world champions both off and on the pitch more than he does at Carrington.

“We get along pretty well, we’re all connected,” he added of the French camp. “I’m sure if you ask everyone, they’ll tell you the same thing.”

“This is a family.” Even though we’re all only traveling through, the France squad is my home.”

Last week’s Champions League loss was made worse by a terrifying break-in at his home on the same night that United lost to Atletico Madrid.

In the house, a nanny was caring for his two children while jewelry and his World Cup winner’s medal were stolen.

“There were gems from my mother, as well as my world champion medal,” he explained.

“The fact that my two children were at home with the nanny throughout this occurrence terrified me the most.”

“She listened in on everything, contacted my wife and security, and then shut herself in a room with the boys.” She was stunned for several days. The most important thing is

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