Manchester United are reportedly reluctant to sell star midfielder Paul Pogba due to the negative impact it will have on finances.
According to the report from the Daily Mail via Metro, senior club officials believe they can’t get a replacement that will match or surpass the commercial value that the France World Cup winner brings.
The 25-year-old has been linked with a move away from the club amidst a reported feud between him and club manager Jose Mourinho.
Spanish La Liga champions Barcelona were strongly interested in his services in the summer but nothing came out of it.
Pogba also hinted that he could seek for a move out of Manchester United during an interview in September.
His issues with Jose Mourinho this season began after the Premier League clash with newly promoted Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers last month.
He publicly criticised team tactics in his post-match thoughts after the Red Devils were forced to a 1-1 draw.
Summer signing Fred had given the hosts a first half lead before Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Joao Moutinho equalised for his side.
His outbursts didn’t go unpunished after he was stripped of his duties as one of the Manchester United captains by the manager himself.