Published: Wed, August 08, 2018
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Barcelona Agree Deal For Manchester United Ace, His Days Are Numbered

Barcelona Agree Deal For Manchester United Ace, His Days Are Numbered

The latter, so impressive for Colombia in Russian Federation, is also reported to have been part of a deal offered by Barcelona for World Cup victor Paul Pogba.

Sky in Italy say United have rejected an offer for Pogba from Barcelona of £45m plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

Ed Woodward wants to keep Paul Pogba even though the player wants out.

The report has cited the same reason as several before it, that Pogba and Mourinho don't share the best of rapport, and as of such, the prolific Frenchman could be led away from Old Trafford with a bumper move.

United take on Leicester City in the Premier League's opening game for the 2018/19 season.

Paper Round's view: Manchester United are said to be close to a Toby Alderweireld move, but the same was said about Alvaro Morata before they signed Romelu Lukaku.

Rumours are now circling again, with Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo claiming Barcelona submitted a €50m offer for Pogba on Monday.

United are still trying to add one more player before tomorrow's 5pm deadline.

The World Cup victor, 25, contacted Red Devils supremo Ed Woodward this week to say he fancies an Old Trafford exit during this window.

Pogba moved to Manchester United in the summer of 2016 for a then-record $121 million, and has been stuck with massive expectations ever since.

The Mail reports that Pogba has sent United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward a message to inform him of his decision.

A fee in the range of around €110 will be agreed upon and United would find it hard to reject that offer for the World Cup victor. Let us know in the comments... Pogba was underperforming and Mourinho benched him in crucial games over the course of the last season.

According to Bild, the Germany global is said to have personally called Mourinho to inform him of his decision after Niko Kovac's intervention and plea for the experienced centre-back to remain with the German champions.

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