Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is desperate to leave the club this summer on the back of his admission for a new challenge after three years at Old Trafford but senior club officials want him to stay beyond this summer’s transfer window.
According to The Sun, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is perfecting his strategy in a bid to make the player stay at Manchester United.
It was revealed that Solskjaer will ask for one more season from Paul Pogba and that there would be a gentleman’s agreement that the Frenchman can leave Manchester United next summer.
The aforementioned publication revealed that Manchester United will be ready to sell Pogba for just £120m.
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Paul Pogba has not had the best of times in his second coming as a Manchester United player.
He had earlier joined Juventus on a free transfer in 2012 though the Red Devils collected a compensation fee for him.
Pogba was a key member of the Juventus squad that won four straight league titles as well as reach the Champions League final in 2015.
Juventus were beaten 3-1 by Spanish giants Barcelona and Pogba went on to return to Manchester United next summer for a then world-record transfer fee.