Manchester United set asking price for Paul Pogba?
Manchester United are reportedly prepared to part ways with Paul Pogba in January, provided any of the player's suitors meet their asking price.
The Frenchman has been in and out of the first-team plans this season due to injury and he has recently suffered another ankle injury setback.
This has already led to assumptions that he may be faking an injury and The Express claims that the club are now willing to listen to offers for the midfielder.
Still, they are unlikely to sanction the midfielder's departure on the cheap and the club's hierarchy have made it clear that they want a package of around £150m for his services this month.
Juventus and Real Madrid have both been credited with an interest in the France international but neither are likely to meet United's valuation at the moment.
Los Blancos were keen on negotiating a part-exchange deal involving either James Rodriguez or Gareth Bale last summer but the Red Devils rejected the proposal.