Things are beginning to take shape at Old Trafford as regards to Paul Pogba’s future.
It was reported last month that the player was tracked by Barcelona during the summer market but United hierarchy failed to give in to the Blaugranas’ offer.
The Red Devils Vice-chairman Ed Woodward revealed that the Frenchman won’t be sold to the Catalans at any price until he ends his four-year contract agreement with the club.
After Pogba’s slow start to the season, United are reportedly set to rescind their decision over his future as the Independent claimed that Woodward is ready to negotiate a deal with the La Liga Champions.
The British media suggested that Woodward will give a listening hear to the Catalans as long as they make an offer worth £200m for the world cup winner.
On his part, Paul Pogba has refused to rule out a move to Barcelona in the coming transfer market.
When asked if he would leave Old Trafford soon, the 25-year-old playmaker said he still has a contract with the club, though, no one knows what will happen in the nearest future.
Should United eventually part ways with the former Juventus player, ESPN reported that the Red Devils will reignite their interest in Lazio playmaker Sergej Milinko-Savic.
The Serbian international has been Mourinho’s longtime target but the Portuguese is yet to make an eye-catching bid for his signature.