Deal Done: Man United demand £112million fee as creative midfielder inform teammate about imminent exit

The Red Devils are looking to get a bid of about £112million for midfielder Paul Pogba this coming summer, as per wide spread media reports.

According to a British media reports, the English giants will only listen to offers of about £112million for the Frenchman this summer window.

A report via The Guardian is claiming that the United star is attracting several interest from reigning Serie A champions Juventus ahead of the next transfer window.

The same report suggest that the Turin giant could be forced to offload about two or three members of their playing personnel to fund a move to land the FIFA World Cup winner.

As per the same report, Juventus might have to sell Miralem Pjanic and Douglas Costa to fund the purchase of Paul Pogba.

The same media outlet also claim that the midfielder’s controversial representative Mino Raiola has already had a meeting with Juventus hierarchy to discuss a possible transfer.

He has spent three years at Old Trafford but the Frenchman has struggled for top form consistency at the English club.

Pogba, 26, has won the UEFA Europa League title and the League Cup in England, but the player has been unable to lead the side to major honours.

The France international midfielder has however netted 13 goals and has created nine assists in the English League this season, although a large number of his goals come from the spot.

The Red Devils – who played out a disappointing 1-1 with top four rivals Chelsea on Sunday – lost 4-nil to La Liga side Barcelona on aggregate in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League earlier in the month.