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.
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.