Manchester United will listen to offers for midfielder Paul Pogba during next summer’s transfer window.
The Frenchman has been in decent form for the Red Devils in recent weeks and he put up a good display in the 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
Still, his future with the club remains in doubt with his contract expiring in June 2022 and The Mirror claims that he will be on the move next summer.
The hierarchy have acknowledged that they are unlikely to negotiate a fresh deal with the midfielder and hence, will sanction his departure.
Juventus and Real Madrid have both been heavily linked with Pogba and United are reportedly prepared to sell to the highest bidder.
Pogba was previously valued at more than £100m, but United are unlikely to get anything close to that figure with his inconsistent displays.
It has been reported that they may have to sell him for around £50m, which would be a loss, given he was purchased for £89m four years ago.