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Manchester United crack plan to keep Paul Pogba: report

by Marwan Harraz

Manchester United have reportedly placed a price-tag on Paul Pogba in an effort to keep Real Madrid at an arm’s length.

The Frenchman has been heavily linked with the Spanish side and a move seems imminent this summer.

United are currently in the strong position given the years left on his contract but the midfielder could still force through a move.

Pogba’s desire to win the Champions League may see him wish to be a part of the current defending champions.

Until the former Juventus man’s future is secured once more, fans won’t be able to rest.

According to Sports Mole, Marca report that the Red Devils have set a £130m price-tag on Paul’s head, perhaps to wade of Real’s interest in him.

Though it is a huge sum, there’s a belief that the La Liga club are gearing up for a summer overhaul.

Madrid are claimed to be on the verge of spending big which, if true, spells real trouble for Manchester United.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can’t afford to lose one of his biggest stars and the huge sum brought in won’t be much relief.

Paul would only be sold for not much more than he was initially bought and considering he’s only improved since, it isn’t much of deal.

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