With reports suggesting that superstar Paul Pogba could leave Manchester United for Real Madrid, the Red Devils' board is now said to have named their asking price for the Frenchman.
According to Marca, United have told the 26-year-old he will be allowed to leave if his price tag of £130 million (R2.4 billion) is met.
It has been claimed that super-agent Mino Raiola is attempting to take his client away from the Old Trafford club, where he is said to be unhappy.
Pogba, who was believed to be set on leaving while former boss Jose Mourinho was in charge, now seems to be on the hunt for his next move once again.
When Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replaced Mourinho in United's hot seat, supporters saw significant improvement from the Frenchman, but after the club's recent dip in form, all eyes appear to be on the midfielder once again.
It has been reported that Solskjaer and Pogba's relationship soured when the midfielder admitted that playing for Los Blancos would be a dream, remarks that came soon after Zinedine Zidane returned to the Spanish giants.
Pogba was formerly the world's most expensive player with his £89 million (R1.6 billion) move from Juventus to United in 2016.
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