Red Devils could reportedly set a hefty price-tag for Paul Pogba and it’s suggested that it could ultimately complicate any possible direct swap deals for the midfielder with Bianconeri linked.
France international has endured a frustrating season this year as injury problems have limited him to just eight appearances, although he’ll hope to have fully recovered to play a crucial role in the remainder of the campaign given it has been pushed back due to the covid pandemic.
Nevertheless, speculation over his future at Man United seemingly hasn’t stopped, and it continues to link him with a possible exit although it’s now suggested that his latest valuation could scupper any talk of a swap deal materialising.
It’s added though that while United have an option to extend his current deal by 12 months to keep him at the club until 2022, the will of the Frenchman could be crucial in determining where he is ahead of next campaign with both Real Madrid and Old Lady heavily linked with an interest in him.
Man United boss will surely firstly be desperate to see him come back from injury and link up with January signing Bruno Fernandes before any exit is considered though, as the pair could combine along with the likes of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial to make Man Utd a real contender moving forward.