Manchester United still want Paul Pogba

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Manchester United will still have the chance to re-sign former star Paul Pogba in the summer, as his agent has reiterated his opinion that his client will leave Juventus for a top club. The France international has been the subject of mass speculation concerning his future, with a host of Europe’s giants looking to take advantage of the fact that Juve possibly can’t match their financial power. The latest instalment to the saga sees Pogba’s chief representative, Mino Raiola, confirming that the 21-year-old could leave Turin either this year or next. He did however concede it could be for upwards of €100 million. Elsewhere there’s a been a positive boost regarding Mats Hummels, with United said to be preparing a €50 million offer in the hope that Louis van Gaal can land his man. That’s not all as it’s also claimed the Red Devils will offload David De Gea if he makes it clear he wants to leave the club, rather than risk losing him for free when his contract runs out.

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