Premier League giants Manchester United will reportedly dispense with Paul Pogba when the transfer window will be re-opened in January if the club receives a £130m bid.
The Frenchman is believed to depart from Old Trafford over the next year after declaring in June as he is seeking a “new challenge”.
Reports have suggested that La Liga giants Real Madrid expressed keen interest in securing the services Paul Pogba over the summer, but the Red Devils refused to budge on their £160m -price tag of the midfielder.
However, according to Cadena Cope, the Red Devils are willing to part ways with French midfielder – whose deal runs in 2021, with the option to extend his stay for one more year – if they receive a bid of £130m during the January transfer window.
Los Blancos are believed to have made a player-plus-cash offer for France international star last summer comprising of £27.4m plus for Colombian midfielder James Rodriguez, which the Red Devils turned down.
Recent reports claimed that Pogba, currently sidelined due to a foot injury, was refusing to play for the Red Devils ahead of forcing a move away in the winter.
Real Madrid and Juventus are the most realistic option for Paul Pogba, however, PSG are also believed to be in the hunt for his services.