Pogba, a United academy graduate, left Old Trafford as a free agent in 2012 to join Juventus, only to return four years later for a then-world-record cost of £89 million.
However, he has had a tumultuous second tenure with United, who have confirmed that he will leave for nothing for the second time when his contract expires later this month.
“Manchester United can announce that Paul Pogba will leave the club at the end of June, when his contract expires,” United wrote at the outset of a lengthy send-off statement on the club’s website.
“Everyone at Manchester United wishes to congratulate Paul on his illustrious career and thank him for his efforts to the club.”
After playing a major role in the FA Youth Cup-winning team in 2011, the midfielder joined Juventus the following year and went on to earn a slew of medals in Turin.
Pogba returned to Old Trafford in 2016 but failed to live up to expectations, winning the EFL Cup and the Europa League in his first season back.
The 29-year-old, who won the World Cup with France in 2018, is set to leave United on a free transfer for the second time, with a return to Juventus a possibility.