Manchester United set €75-100m asking price for midfield star

Manchester United have set a high asking price on Paul Pogba, should they decide to sanction a sale this summer, according to reports.

The midfielder has just one year remaining on his contract at Old Trafford and has been strongly linked with an exit for the past three years. Pogba came close to leaving in 2019 but has remained at the club since then and is now being courted by Paris Saint-Germain.

That’s according to Le Parisien, via Sport Witness, who claim that Manchester United’s valuation of the Frenchman is proving to be a problem in their pursuit of Pogba.

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Manchester United are sticking to their guns and will not sanction a sale for less than €75m, which is reportedly far more than what the French giants are willing to pay.

Furthermore, it’s stated that Manchester United’s stance on the matter proves that the club could be ready to let Pogba leave for nothing in 12 months.

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  1. Yeah, no one is bigger than the club. We are United, and losing Pogba for nothing is like water on a duck’s back.

  2. They should have sold him since last season, he’s a defensive liability more over he’s doesn’t score enough. Doesn’t deserve playing for ManU in the first place.

  3. Varying reports suggest he will not sign a new contract, whilst others that he will only decide at the end of this year. He needs to inform United of his intentions now.
    Secondly, United are fools to expect a fee of over £45, million.
    Thirdly, if he has not signed or been sold when the window closes, let him rot. Not in reserves and with no training facilities, but required to turn up every day to ensure he is in England or he is not paid his fat salary cheque. Then he will be unfit to play for France and will miss out on next years World Cup.
    Club before player.

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