Manchester United consider letting Paul Pogba go for £100m in the summer

Manchester United consider letting Paul Pogba go according to reports.

According to the Sun, the Red Devils are willing to listen to offers of £100m for the World Cup winner. Pogba’s contract expires in the summer

In 2019, Manchester United needed £150m but will be forced to reduce the price to £100m for the player who joined for £89m.

As per the statistics, Pogba has made only two appearances since the end of September 2019. His still battling with fitness since his come back from ankle surgery.

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 26: Paul Pogba of Manchester United reacts during the Premier League match between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Old Trafford on December 26, 2019 in Manchester, United Kingdom. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images).

Pogba was strongly linked with a move to Real Madrid last summer after revealing he wanted a new challenge, but a move failed to materialize-Daily Mail reports.

Following Manchester United’s 5-0 win over LASK in the first leg of their last-16 Europa League tie, Solskjaer said Paul Pogba is still a Manchester United player despite rumors linking him to Real Madrid.

‘Paul’s our player,’ he said. He has two years left on his contract, a year plus the option of another. ‘You can expect Paul to be here [next season], yeah.’

On Wednesday, Pogba posted an Instagram video of himself training in a Juventus shirt with the name ‘Matuidi’ on the back, insisting it was in support of France team-mate Blaise.

Matuidi became the second player from the Italian giants to test positive for Covid-19 on Tuesday after Daniel Rugani.

In an emotional and inspiring Instagram post, Matuidi wrote: “I am positive.

“Usually I like to think I’m positive. Someone who tries to radiate good waves around him, my family, my friends, my team-mates.

“Today I remain positive. I am an asymptomatic carrier of the virus, aware of the privilege of being a professional footballer and as such benefit from regular and excellent medical monitoring.

“If it weren’t, I probably never would have known.

“I am positive, I am strong, morale is good, that of my family too.

“I am positive, we will come out collectively stronger from this test, it will teach us to know each other better, to be more united, more generous, better.

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