Price tag revealed as Manchester United continue to resist Paul Pogba sale

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The Red Devils are reluctant to let their star midfielder go despite his admission that he is ready for a new challenge. Marca reports that the Red Devils don’t need the money and will only consider a sale if a massive fee of around £162 million comes in. The Old Trafford club could find it difficult to find a quality replacement for the Frenchman given that they can’t offer Champions League football in the 2019/20 campaign. Therefore, they will only listen to proposals once they have a new arrival signed up. The report adds that Pogba will need to agitate for a move to get his wish, and claims that the 26-year-old hopes he can reason with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and tell him that he would like to join Real. However, The Sun claims that the Norwegian boss will ask the France international to wait one more year before moving on.  Now read… 12 expensive outcasts who are STILL at these Premier League clubs 10 one-season wonders who flopped after landing a big transfer Topics Manchester United, Real Madrid, Paul Pogba, Transfer news, Premier League, La Liga Father: Pogba wants to play in a better league Juventus want Pogba to renew his contract – Raiola Barcelona priced out of Pogba move Real Madrid probably cannot afford Pogba – Calderon Newcastle set to make formal approach for Wednesday boss Bruce Arsenal risk losing young talent as European giants swoop Livingston sign French striker Aymen Souda Craig Levein feels partly responsible for Peter Haring’s injury problems Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes Romelu Lukaku promise in hope of keeping striker in Manchester Why Christian Eriksen wants to leave Tottenham – but is short of options for a move 12 expensive outcasts who are STILL at these Premier League clubs Quiz! Can you name the 23 players to break the world record transfer fee since 1967? Wednesday’s big transfer rumours: Manchester United given permission to speak to midfielder PSG set eye-watering Neymar price as Barcelona consider next move

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