The push by France international Paul Pogba to leave English Premier League outfit Man United might not fall through eventually.
This is after reports claim that Man United will reject all offers that may arrive on the table for his signature.
The World Cup winner had received interest from top European clubs like Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Real Madrid and his former club Juventus.
A deal for Paul Pogba seems to be getting slower than expected after reports that his personal demands are unacceptable and that could force them into dropping their bid for him.
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Italian Serie A outfit Juventus are also making efforts to snap up the signature of the player but the Red Devils are not convinced that the Old Lady can afford to pay for his signature.
They have been discouraged by the reports that Juventus are preparing three players for a swap deal which means paying less than the financial demands from Man United.
Man United paid £89million for the World Cup winner in 2016 which means selling him will attract a higher fee knowing that the market value of players have continued to rise.