Manchester United reportedly gave Paul Pogba the green light to leave the club over the summer and reduced his original midfielder rating by £ 30 million.
Pogba has been strongly linked to a departure from the Red Devils since the beginning of last summer after indicating that he is ready for a new challenge.
Although both Real Madrid and Juventus were considered among the clubs interested in signing the French national team, in the end he remained at Old Trafford.
United previously insisted that it had no intention of selling the World Cup winner, but The Sun says the club is now ready to separate from the 26-year-old because they feel that his current situation is having a negative effect on Ole Gunnar La Solskjaer team.
According to the publication, Pogba and his agent Mino Raiola have been informed that he will be allowed to leave for the right price at the end of the season.
And although the club still wants to make a good profit on a player who bought for 89 million pounds in 2016, it is said that they will lower the asking price for the Frenchman to increase the chances of concluding a deal.
United are believed to have requested a £ 180 million commission last summer, but would now be willing to accept £ 150 million offers.
The Sun’s Claims come in the news that Pogba won’t join his UK teammates when they fly to Spain for their training camp on hot Saturdays.
According to the Daily Star, Solskjaer told Pogba he wasn’t wanted on the trip and left him alone as he continued to recover from an ankle injury.
While the Frenchman is reportedly not ready to return to full lineup, the publication claims that the U.S. boss is also reluctant to have him in the first team environment.
Pogba’s injury problems have limited him to just eight appearances in all competitions this season.
He last played against Newcastle in December, but a short two-game return was abandoned as he opted for a minor surgery.