Manchester United set asking price for Paul Pogba – report

Some uncertainty around Paul Pogba’s future.

Manchester United have set an asking price for Paul Pogba, according to The Mirror.

I had thought – from speaking to people close to all parties at the negotiation table – that the rumours were beginning to calm down when it came to Pogba’s future.

Although his contract expires at the end of next season, there’s a genuine feeling within the game that interest in Pogba is not what it once was and that could see him decide the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.

Stretty News understands the Frenchman is relaxed about his situation, but the latest from the Mirror suggests United are considering a sale to prevent the player from leaving on a Bosman 12 months from now.

The figure mentioned in the report is £55m, reportedly set by officials at the club.

He has played well since the turn of the year and I hope next season we can take the next step with him in the side, not that I’d lose any sleep if he forced his way out this summer.

Does anyone have that money sitting on the side to throw at Pogba?

Real Madrid have enough problems of their own, unless Juventus try to cash in on Cristiano Ronaldo to squeeze him back to Turin?

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  1. Utd ar like a kid when warn about something he won’t listen till danger shows face. Utd were told haaland is not for sale they want to delay sancho deal to priotise haaland. Ar u learning at all. 90m u can’t complete yet u want that of 180m it shows utd ar unserious how can fans trust u guys.

  2. Why do Utd always give our players away on the cheap and buy for extortionate prices. Talk about just throwing money away. Great business model.

  3. Hmm sellin pogba is good hv been lookin forward to that. but sellin pogba and not gettin a good holdin midfielder is bad business and fred need to let know that he’s playin for manchester united not one championship club or he ‘d be sold, rashford childishness is beginin to get on my narves. one need to let him know that united is a football team club not his toy play and if ole can not put him through we could get another coach who talk him how to be a team player not wastin our scorin chances. United forever even in grave

  4. If the circulating media reports suggesting that his camp is demanding something in the region of £400k in wages as a condition for him to extend his contract are true then perhaps selling him isn’t such a bad option at this juncture.but as the writer suggests, it’s very difficult getting a ready buyer at the quoted amount given the dire financial position many clubs are currently in. Perhaps exploring other options like negotiating for a smart swap deal with some of these clubs may be would Real consider letting Verane go & get Pobga in exchange?? Too idealistic maybe but an option worth considering & so are many other options out there.

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