An official statement read: “The club can announce that Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United at the end of June, upon the expiry of his contract.
“Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Paul on his successful career and thank him for his contributions to Manchester United.
“We wish him all the best for the next steps on a remarkable journey.”
French international Pogba, who came through the youth ranks at Old Trafford, re-joined the Red Devils in 2016 from Juventus for a then-record fee of £89.3million.
His second stint has been one of frustration however as the club struggled to compete with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool.
Pogba did help United to Europa League glory under Jose Mourinho in the 2016-17 season and a run to the final in 2020-21, where they lost to Villarreal 11-10 on penalties.
But his trademark virtuoso performances have been few and far between in recent times and he was booed by some of his own supporters in this season’s closing fixtures.
He has been restricted to just 27 appearances this term in all competitions and with talks over an extension reaching an impasse months ago, his departure has long felt inevitable.
Where the 29-year-old will head next remains uncertain, though former club Juve are known to be keen on a reunion.
The World Cup winner is also likely to attract attention from elsewhere but his excessive wage demands may price many interested parties out of the race.
Pogba’s future may become clearer upon the release of his upcoming Amazon Prime documentary, titled The Pogmentary.
Set to premiere on July 17, a trailer teased on Pogba’s social media seems to suggest his contract situation features prominently.
Pogba made 226 appearances during his second spell at Old Trafford, scoring 39 goals and setting up a further 51.