Manchester United ‘prepared to sell Paul Pogba for £130m in January’

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Manchester United will reportedly dispense with Paul Pogba over the January transfer window if the club receives a bid of £130m.
The Frenchman is expected to leave Old Trafford over the next year after declaring in June that he wanted a “new challenge”.

Reports have claimed that Real Madrid expressed keen interest in Pogba over the summer, but United refused to budge on their £160m valuation of the midfielder.

However, according to Cadena Cope, United are willing to part ways with Pogba – whose contract expires 2021, with the option of another year – if they receive a bid of £130m in January.

Los Blancos are said to have made a player-plus-cash offer for Pogba last summer comprising of £27.4m plus James Rodriguez, which the Red Devils rejected.

Recent reports suggest that Pogba, currently sidelined with a foot problem, was refusing to play for United ahead of forcing a move away in January.