Manchester United still want £150m for Paul Pogba
Manchester United still supposedly want £150m for unsettled midfielder Paul Pogba regardless of the financial effect of the coronavirus episode.
The France International was firmly connected with a move away from Old Trafford the previous summer, however it is comprehended that no clubs were set up to meet Man United’s valuation, which was believed to be in the region of £180m.
Juventus and Real Madrid are both despite everything accepted to be monitoring developments in a player who has now come back to full fitness following lower leg medical procedure ahead of the Premier League restart later in the month.
Nonetheless, as indicated by the Evening Standard, interested parties won’t have the option to sign the 2018 World Cup winner in a cut-value bargain as the Red Devils despite valuing him at £150m.
The 27-year-old’s present contract with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side is expected to lapse the next summer, despite the fact that the 20-time English bosses have the alternative of actuating a further one year to keep him until June 2022.
Paul Pogba is yet to score in eight appearances at club level this term but appreciated a beneficial 2018-19 season, enlisting 16 goals and contributing 11 assists 47 appearances in all competitions.