Manchester United set Paul Pogba asking price?
Manchester United have reportedly set their valuation for midfielder Paul Pogba amid speculated interest from long-term admirers Real Madrid.
The Frenchman was recently named in the PFA Team of the Year, but he has nonetheless experienced a mixed campaign with several highs and lows.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has previously indicated that Pogba will remain at the club next season but The Mirror claims that may not necessarily be the case.
As per the publication, the Mancunian giants are pondering over the possibility of sanctioning the midfielder's sale and they could accept a fee in the region of £120m for his services.
Pogba has more than two years remaining on his existing deal with the club and there is the option to extend his contract for another 12 months by triggering a clause.
Still, there remain no assurances regarding the midfielder's future at Old Trafford with the player's agent said to have recently cancelled contract negotiations in order to push through a move to Los Blancos.