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Juventus ready £120m Paul Pogba offer, Man United will say ‘no’ & reject Real Madrid too – Times/MD

Juventus ready £120m Paul Pogba offer

Reporter Jonathan Northcroft has posted a fresh update on Paul Pogba in the Times on Saturday night.

Pogba’s intent to leave Man United this summer is clear.

Earlier in the off-season, during a PR tour with Adidas in Japan, Pogba openly courted a fresh challenge in his career.

This weekend, Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, confirmed his client’s plans to leave Old Trafford.

Amid that backdrop, the Times now claim that Juventus are ready to offer Man United £120m for Paul Pogba.

Should Man United accept that bid, the Red Devils would make a small profit on Pogba. The Times report:

Juventus are thought to be preparing a £120m bid for Paul Pogba.

The serial Italian champions want to reacquire Pogba, their former player, as part of an audacious strategy to win the Champions League and cement their position as one of the world’s biggest football clubs commercially.

Man United will say ‘no’ & reject Real Madrid too

Meanwhile, Spanish daily Mundo Deportivo believe Real Madrid are ready to show their hand in the race to sign Pogba.

MD suggest that Real Madrid would pay United 80 million Euro plus Isco or Gareth Bale for Pogba.

Returning to the Times, the broadsheet reveal Man United’s stance on both Juve and Real Madrid’s interest in their French midfielder:

Manchester United are resolved to resist any efforts to prise Pogba away from them, whether from Juve, Real Madrid or any other suitor for the French World Cup winner.

United expect Pogba to be their player next season and a key part of their rebuilding under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Man United’s pre-season tour

On Sunday, Man United fly off to Australia for the first leg of their pre-season tour.

Pogba, who was in New York last week, and who has yet to return to pre-season training, is expected to be on the flight headed down under.

Will Pogba be on the plane?

Also see: Man United ‘express intention to accelerate’ Bruno Fernandes deal – Record

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