Man Utd tell Real Madrid to offer £130m transfer bid if they want to land Pogba this summer while Solskjaer already eyes replacements

Man Utd tell Real Madrid to offer £130m transfer bid if they want to land Pogba this summer while Solskjaer already eyes replacements

April 15, 2019 0 By Today news

MANCHESTER UNITED have told Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola that Real Madrid will have to splash £130million if they want to land the Frenchman this summer.

Red Devils coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been looking for potential midfield additions in case his star leaves Old Trafford at the end of the season.

Mino Raiola engineered Paul Pogba’s then-record-breaking £89m move from Juventus to Man Utd in 2016

Pogba, 26, was believed to be planning a move away from Manchester after falling out with former United coach Jose Mourinho.

But he has been in sublime form since Solskjaer took over in December, with the Red Devils hoping the midfielder will commit his future to the club.

Although sensational reports from France claimed last week Pogba’s relationship with the Norwegian coach had “worn out”, putting his future at Old Trafford in doubt.

Real Madrid have been a long-term admirer of the French World Cup winner and the United star is known for his admiration for Los Blancos coach Zinedine Zidane.

And according to Marca, Pogba’s agent Raiola has been told the Red Devils could sanction his client’s departure, but only if the La Liga giants fork out a staggering £130m.

That’s some £30m more than United paid Juventus for him in 2016.

Solskjaer’s transfer wish-list has reportedly been filling up with names of various midfielders, who could fill Pogba’s shoes.

Red Devils scouts watched Sporting star Bruno Fernandes break Frank Lampard’s goalscoring record against Aves on Saturday with his 28th strike of the season.

United are also believed to have enquired over the availability of Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who was on the verge of joining the club for £80m last summer.

And Old Trafford chiefs are reportedly considering luring Christian Eriksan away from Tottenham by trebling his wages.

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