Italian giants to convince United into letting go of star midfielder for a shocking low price

Italian giants to convince United into letting go of star midfielder for a shocking low price

Manchester United could be taking off the Paul Pogba’s 15.08 million GBP off their wage list as Italian giants reopen interest to own the Frenchman.

Pogba could be reuniting with the team where he attracted interests from several top flight teams, including his current team who had parted way with him back in 2012.

But ever since his big money return to Old Trafford, the Worldcup winner has failed to be consistent despite being a fine midfielder who netted 34 goals in his 174 appearances for the Old Lady.

With injuries coupled with controversies, Pogba has not been able to go half a season without making the headlines with troubling issues.

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United seem now keen to let the Frenchman leave should a suitable deal arrive not minding the huge cash they spent to land the 27-year-old.

According to Calciomercato, an Italian sport outlet, the Red Devils could be cashing in as low as €50m should they be desperate to let their €105m investment asset leave.

Ole Solskjaer could consider leaving Pogba out of his agenda following the arrival of Van de Beek from Ajax during the last transfer, with the Dutch man proving to be equal to task at the center of the Red Devils play plan.

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Meanwhile, a fine performance from Pogba today might be causing Ole Solskjaer to reconsider cutting ties with the former Juve man as he had against West Ham United; Most touches(114), Most Passes completed (85), Most recoveries(10) and most shots on target(2) of which one was the game’s opening goal as United thrashed West Ham United 3 goals to 1 following a fine come back.

But the main point remains, is Pogba maintaining his current fine form or will he be crashing just as usual?

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