Man United Will Only Let Paul Pogba Leave Under One Condition

Manchester United's Paul Pogba celebrates scoring their first goal.

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Manchester United could be convinced to part ways with Paul Pogba if they are paid a hefty fee.

The France international’s future at Old Trafford has been up in the air these past few months, as he has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid.

Multiple sources have stated that the midfielder is Zinedine Zidane’s top summer priority, as the manager plans a squad overhaul ahead of next season.

While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has time and again refuted claims of his talisman’s departure, he did admit in a recent interview that he cannot completely guarantee if the player will stay.


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“You can’t guarantee anything in football, but yes I think Paul is going to be here,” Solskjaer was quoted as saying (via Sky Sports).

“I can assure you he is now very determined to succeed at Man United. I would say yes I can guarantee, but in life you can never. He will be as far as I can answer.”


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Now, The Daily Mail have claimed that Manchester United could end up being forced to give up their hopes of holding onto the Frenchman, and let him depart to the Spanish capital.

However, considering Pogba still has two years left on his current deal, the Mancunians will only approve of his exit if they receive a sum that is north of £160 million.

Will Los Blancos cough up a mammoth amount to prize the World Cup winner away from the Red Devils?

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