Manchester United board angered by Paul Pogba comments

Manchester United board angered by Paul Pogba comments

Real Madrid have reportedly made an opening bid of £90 million for the 26-year-old, but they know it will take a lot more to prize him from Old Trafford.

It appears as though Los Blancos are eager to see just how committed United are to the midfielder, given he could cause a number of behind-the-scenes problems if he is not granted a move away from Old Trafford this summer.

The Brazilian could undoubtedly be a stellar signing for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and also one of the very few players that would successfully replace Pogba in terms of talent, fame, and marketability.

In addition to Real Madrid, Juventus are said to be keen on bringing Pogba back.

Speculation on a possible move to Real Madrid or a return to former club Juventus has been mounting since a season in which Pogba faced criticism at times for his performances with United.

And according to The Independent, club chiefs believe they will eventually reach an agreement to sign the Portuguese.

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But will he stay at Old Trafford after all that's happened in recent days?

It's even suggested Pogba's comments may have been too much, too soon, because Florentino Perez is clear there's no point in going to war with big clubs these days, he feels the market has changed and so his approach has done the same.

Pogba scored 16 goals and registered 11 assists in 47 games across all comepetitions in a turbulent campaign for the Premier League giants last season.

"If you are a United fan, you must think they are far, far better off without him and without a summer of sweating blood to try to keep him".

Paul Pogba is owed a head-spinning loyalty bonus by Manchester United.

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