Manchester United transfer chief Ed Woodward has settled on a towering £100m asking price on French national Paul Labile Pogba’s on a feat to part ways with the lad who has charged for United since 2016.
Pogba made a return to his youth team Manchester United in 2016 for £90m from Italian giants Juventus, and the Red Devils could finally cash in on him this summer.
The 26-year-old has started just five Premier League games this season, after an Ankle injury he sustained kept him on the sidelines.
Woodward now needs clubs who wants Pogpa’s charges to splash a remarkable £100m for the player whose contract is set to expire in a years’ time.
Pogba’s vocal agent Mino Raiola has been wide-open about his punter’s stand on a move at the end of the season, averring he would love to make a return to Italy.
“Italy is like home for Paul,” the super agent said.
“He would not mind going back to Juve but we will see what will happen after the Euros. Paul wants to play at the best level;
“The question is was he happy? You cannot be happy if you are not competing for the title or for the Champions League, the aim is for every top player to do that For now he is concentrated on his recovery the next period is important for him and Man Utd to try to get into the Champions League then the European Championship and then we will see,” Opined Riola