Manchester United are reportedly prepared to sell Paul Pogba this summer, but will demand a fee of at least €100m (£83m) for the midfielder.
The 26-year-old has barely featured this season after struggling with injury, making just seven Premier League appearances, and his future has been the source of constant speculation after he admitted in the summer he would be interested in a "new challenge."
He has been most strongly linked with either a return to his previous club Juventus or to Spanish giants Real Madrid, but according to The Guardian United will not accept any offer under their asking price of £83m.
The fee would still represent a slight loss for United, who spent £89.3m on the Frenchman in 2016, but considering Pogba's injury record and the fact he is now three years older, it is believed both Juventus and Madrid see the price tag as too high.
His agent Mino Raiola this week added fuel to the flames of the speculation by admitting his client could be tempted with a return to Turin, where he played for Juventus between 2012-2016.
Speaking after Juventus drew 1-1 with AC Milan in the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final on Thursday, Raiola said: "Italy is like home for Paul. He would not mind going back to Juve but we will see what will happen after the Euros.
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