Back in 2016, Manchester United re-signed Paul Pogba for the then record fee hoping that the French international will prove to be a major hit at Old Trafford like he was with the Old Lady.
Now, reports suggest that the Red Devils are ready to get rid of their record capture in the summer transfer window.
Transfer: £15million star ready to agree terms to seal Manchester United move on permanent basis
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, Man United are prepared to sell their prized asset if they receive an offer of £100million.
The renowned British source have mentioned that the Les Bleus midfielder was valued at £180million last summer but now, the price tag has been slashed to secure his exit from the club.
Pogba is without doubt a top quality midfielder, who can score and create goals on regular basis but unfortunately, for us, he has been highly inconsistent and his form has adversely influenced the team.
As far as this season is concerned, the 27-year-old star has mostly been on the treatment table due to ankle problem and so far, he has only started 5 games in the Premier League.
In all fairness, Solskjaer’s men have been able to perform better in the absence of the former Juventus man and therefore, it will not be shocking to see him leave in the summer.
If we do get £100million from his sale then we should be able to adequately replace the French star. In your opinion, should Man United get rid of Paul Pogba in the next transfer window?
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