Manchester United will grant the wish of star player Paul Pogba and let him leave the club but that will be on one condition according to Eurosport through one of its publications.
Pogba has not hidden his desire to leave Manchester United especially after granting an interview last summer while he was with Adidas on the tour of Japanese capital Tokyo.
He could leave the club for Italian Serie A outfit Inter Milan if the Red Devils can get striker Lautaro Martinez in a swap deal.
£80m-rated Argentine player Martinez would be a welcomed addition to the Manchester United squad which is in need of more attacking reinforcements after the exits of both Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku.
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Ironically, both Sanchez and Lukaku are at Inter Milan which could be a good reason for Pogba to leave Manchester United for the club despite his Juventus roots.
Pogba spent four years with Juventus between 2012 and 2016.
He had three seasons under Antonio Conte at Juventus and the Italian tactician managed to get the best out of the Manchester United player and he could reprise that role again if Inter Milan are able to sign him.
Lautaro Martinez is also a target for Barcelona.