Man United, unwilling to lower price for Pogba, amid interest from clubs

Manchester United will not reduce their valuation of Paul Pogba, amid interest from Juventus and other clubs, following recent comments by his agent, Mino Raiola, which suggested his future at Old Trafford would be over soon.

Pogba has just over a year remaining on his contract with United, after which he would be free to speak to any club of his choice, and United are keen to sell him and recoup some of their investment on him since his return from the Serie A.

Juventus appeared to rekindle their interest in the Frenchman recently, after their director, Fabio Paratici, told the media they love him very much.

But transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano has claimed that United are unwilling to sell Pogba for less than he’s worth.

According to the journalist, United are looking to sell Pogba for as much as they bought him for, or at least something close.

Juventus seem to be facing financial difficulty at the moment, due to the losses incurred as a result of the coronavirus restrictions on football.