Gary Neville expects Paul Pogba to leave Manchester United this summer, after his agent Mino Raiola criticised the stance of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Raiola took to Twitter to dispute the claim by Solskjaer that Pogba was the club's property, and Neville expects the Frenchman to leave the club as a result.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, the former full-back said: "It will end in Pogba leaving Manchester United. What the club need to do is make a stance on that agent. He has messed them around for years with Pogba and others.
"Why they allow themselves to be played I will never know. He is a serious thorn in the side for them.
"United should stand strong and not do business with him and tell players if they are represented by him we won't do deals with you."
The 26-year-old rejoined United in 2017 from Juventus and has made 143 appearances, scoring 31 goals.