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Manchester United will reportedly sanction the sale of midfielder Paul Pogba in January, provided any of the interested clubs meet their £130m valuation.
The France international openly stated that he wanted a new challenge over the summer but that did not happen with the Red Devils stating that he was not for sale.
Since then, Pogba has barely featured for the club due to a couple of injury setbacks and he could potentially head through the exit door in January with both Real Madrid and Juventus keen.
According to Cadena Cope, the Red Devils are willing to part ways with the World Cup winner in the New Year, provided any of his admirers meet their £130m price tag.
The 26-year-old has been sidelined for more than eight weeks with an ankle fracture but he is expected to return to training ahead of the Manchester derby next month.
Still, it is unclear whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will consider him for the congested schedule, considering the midfielder appears to have made his mind up for a move elsewhere.
Written by Sri Aswin
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