Manchester United to see stunning £100 million deal happen as agent Raiola offers up unhappy Frenchman Pogba

Shock reports have claimed Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been offered to Paris Saint-Germain, with his agent offering the Frenchman up on a plate.

The French midfielder has been heavily tipped to leave the club at the end of the season, after once again falling out over his poor performance level at old Trafford.

And the Daily Mail website has claimed United boss Jose Mourinho is prepared to let Pogba leave the club at the end of the season.

And apparently Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has made contact with PSG, although it’s unclear if the Ligue 1 side would be able to sign the 25-year-old while facing potential Financial Fair Play problems.

Pogba arrived at Old Trafford with a big reputation as one of the games best midfielders, with many tipping him to become one of the worlds top stars after a stunning few seasons at Italian giants Juventus.

However, too many inconsistent performances and lack of trust from Mourinho has meant the Frenchman has not fulfilled his potential and it would be a surprise to still see him at the club next season.

And with £150 million reportedly already in the transfer kitty, the special one is already eyeing up possible replacements with Real Madrid ace Toni Kroos and Jean Michael Seri is top two targets.


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  1. good deal. michael seri and kroos not bad. but we are having a bad coach. he should have faith in young players and stop his conservative approach. get us flair players who has the speed and consistency.