Red Devils could reportedly face new pressure to hold onto Paul Pogba as Bianconeri are said to be set to launch an offer for the playmaker. France international is undoubtedly a highly valued figure at Man United as he stays one of the most talented footballers at the Norwegian manager’s disposal.
However, speculation over his future has been rife for months, and Paul continues to be linked with an exit from the Red Devils even while out of the spotlight due to injury. Paul has been limited to only six games so far this campaign due to an ongoing ankle issue, and so Red Devils have undoubtedly missed his presence in the squad.
However, they may well have to fend off Old Lady again next year, as the reigning Serie A champions could be set to offer at most €120m to convince Man United to sell their superstar.
Time will tell if that’s enough to force Man United to consider the offer, or if they have no interest in allowing Frenchman to leave at all and will rebuff interest moving forward.
Much will perhaps depend on the 26-year-old playmaker’s wishes in that instance as if he was to push for an exit from the Old Trafford, then the Red Devils would potentially feel that pressure and have to consider an agreement that is suitable for them.
In turn, it looks as difficult rumours over the French midfielder’s future will continue to rumble on, as we wait to see if there are any developments or breakthroughs ahead of winter or next summer.