Gianluca Di Marzio: Manchester United Agree Terms With Paul Pogba

Manchester United are said to be pushing for the signature of French international Paul Pogba, 4 years after he left the red part of Manchester.

United chief Ed Woodward has been conducting talks with Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola, who also represents Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and is poised to complete a hat-trick of transfers with the Old Trafford club.

According to the Italian journalist, the Red Devils have agreed terms in principle with the Juventus star, who is set to receive an astonishing €13m-a-season after taxes from United.
Pogba is currently representing France in EURO 2016, and will play Germany today in the second semi-final. Meanwhile, Raiola is waiting for the tournament to end before he begins talks with Italian champions.
The Red Devils are believed to be ready to offer €120 million for the Frenchman’s services.

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Sky Sports: United In Talks Over Paul Pogba Move

Sky Sports believe United chief Ed Woodward has started negotiations in the last 48 hours for a potential £100m Paul Pogba transfer.
Juventus are keen to keep hold of the 23-year-old, but Manchester United’s world record offer might convince the Italian champions to let go the midfielder, who joined them four years ago.


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