Manchester United have settled on selling French Midfield ace Paul Labile Pogba on a feat to complete a triple transfer swoop for Leicester’s midfielder James Maddison, Aston Villa’s captain Jack Grealish and Dortmund’s speed-star Jadon Sancho.

Borrusia Dortmund midfield Ace Jadon Sancho. Photo/Courtesy

French international Paul Pogba is set to finally leave Old Trafford this summer, with United’s transfer chief Ed Woodward settling on a towering £100m asking price for the 26-year-old.

The Daily Star say Pogba’s sale will raise monies to seal transfers for the three United’s target on a feat to bolster The Red Devils squad after the Premier league giants appeared to be shooting blanks after the exit of Sir Alex Ferguson.

Manchester United Midfielder Paul Labile Pogba Celebrates after netting a goal. Photo/Courtesy.

Notwithstanding, a couple of clubs expressing interest in signing Sancho from Dortmund this summer, Manchester United still remain at the front of the queue ready to snatch the lad.

Borrusia Dortmund midfield Ace Jadon Sancho. Photo/Courtesy

The Red Devils Boss Ole Gunner Solskjaer had also expressed interest in signing Maddison in January and last summer and the Red Devils are set to revive their interest in the 23-year-old at the end of the season.

Leicester midfield Ace James Maddison reacts after netting a goal. Photo/Courtesy

The Old Trafford Outfits are also keen to secure a deal for Grealish, who starred in Villa’s promotion from the Championship last season and has impressed in the English top-flight this year.

Aston Villa’s captain Jack Grealish. Photo/Courtesy.

Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola claimed his client was interested in a move to Italy, having played for Serie A giants Juventus between 2012 and 2016.

“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;

Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Riola. Photo/Courtesy

“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


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