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Red Devil’s star Paul Pogba is reportedly demanding £ 500,000 a week to stay in Old Trafford.
The 28-year-old French star is currently on contract until June 2022.
And his agent, Mino Raiola, is said to have told senior members of the United hierarchy that his clients will sign the deal, which, according to Daily Star, is an astonishing value of 500,000 a week. Only if there is.
If United agrees with Pogba’s request, it will make him the highest paid player in club history.
Daily Star also claims that PSG, Real Madrid and Juventus are all informed of how much it will cost to secure his signature.
Incredibly, Pogba can earn a net amount in the range of £ 800,000 a week if its base salary includes image rights.
In other news, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Manchester United can still accomplish the title miracle.
He said: “Can we catch the city? A stranger happened in football. A bigger lead was given.
“They are powerful and probably too much to hope for, but as long as we work, that’s the main thing.”
Meanwhile, Chelsea are reported to have joined Manchester United in a race with Real Madrid DF Raphaël Varane.
The 27-year-old French centre-back is deeply involved in moving to Old Trafford at the end of the season as he prepares for the final year of his contract with the Spanish giant.
BILD journalist Christian Folk understands that Chelsea is keen to get Varane’s signature to enhance their defense options.
And finally, SunSport exclusively revealed that United is following in the footsteps of Mets’ teenage sensation, Papesal.
An 18-year-old boy from Senegal won his first cap in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifying against Congo last month.
It was only four months after his league debut at a French club in November.
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