Jose Mourinho is said to be keen on brining Pogba back to the club and will have to meet Juventus’ €120m demands if he wants to land his services this summer.
Real Madrid are also interested in signing Pogba but talks between both camps came to an halt as they weren’t prepared to pay Raiola’s commission combined with Pogba’s world record transfer fee.
He is currently under contract until 2019 and Juve can’t be forced to sell their star asset, but money talks and they could be looking to cash in on his asking price.
Reports in Italy suggest Man United could have been given the green light with Pogba as Raiola will present offers to Juve on Tuesday afternoon, although Giuseppe Marotta will be looking to give Pogba improved terms on his current deal in the hope of keeping him in Serie A.
He fell out with former manager Sir Alex Ferguson and went onto win four successive Serie A titles with Juventus but could be willing to work underneath Mourinho as the heart of his new side.
United certainly don’t lack the funds and could be willing to deliver Mourinho’s principal target by splashing the cash on one of Europe’s hottest young talents.