Former European champions Manchester United have reportedly been told to sell star player Paul Pogba to the highest bidder.
This is according to the report from the Daily Star which claimed that Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is more than happy to let Paul Pogba leave the club this summer.
The Norwegian tactician wants Pogba out of the club as long as the Red Devils will be able to get the highest amount possible for him.
French World Cup winner Pogba has been the subject of strong transfer interest from two of the biggest clubs on the European football scene.
Juventus and Real Madrid have made the signing of Paul Pogba a top priority this summer.
Italian champions Juventus want him to return to the club after three years in the Premier League.
Pogba left Juventus for Manchester United in 2016 after the Red Devils paid a then world-record transfer fee of £89m for him.
He had earlier joined the Old Lady on a free transfer from Manchester United four years earlier.
Real Madrid also want to sign Pogba this summer at the instruct of club manager Zinedine Zidane.
The French football legend has told the club to prioritise the signing of Paul Pogba over other midfield targets.