EPL: Manchester United reveals how much Paul Pogba would be sold


EPL: Manchester United reveals how much Paul Pogba would be sold

Manchester United has set the price for clubs that would want to sign their midfielder, Paul Pogba.

The Red Devils will demand a fee of up to £140million to sell club-record signing Paul Pogba this summer.

According to Daily Mail, the price tag limits the clubs in a position to sign the French midfielder to just Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Pogba started his professional career at Old Trafford almost a decade ago, but left for Juventus after refusing to sign a new deal.

He completed a stunning return to Old Trafford two years ago, in a deal that cost almost £90m.

He has since been linked with another move.

Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is said to have grown increasingly frustrated with Pogba and is now willing to sell the 25-year-old.

But the Daily Mail reports that the pair have barely spoken all week and that the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, is in contact with a number of clubs about a move.

United will not sell Pogba cheaply, however, and would seek an offer of between £120m and £140m.


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