After Paul Pogba was recently axed from Manchester United's warm-weather training camp, it has now been claimed the Red Devils have lowered their asking price for the club-record signing.
The Frenchman has been sidelined for large parts of the season, and underwent an ankle surgery in January.
However, he has stepped up his rehabilitation and is expected to feature for United once again in March.
Despite his injury struggles, rumours of him wanting to leave Old Trafford have not died down, with Real Madrid and Juventus said to be interested in his services.
According to media in England, and as cited by AS, United are aware that Pogba himself wants to leave and have now lowered their asking price for the player.
It is understood they have dropped their initial €200 million (R3.25 billion) evaluation to €175 million (R2.84 billion), with his agent Mino Raiola tasked with finding a new club for the France superstar.
To date, Pogba has played just eight games all season, with his injury struggles coming on the back of his best individual campaign, when he scored 16 goals and assisted 11 further strikes in 2018/19.
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