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.