Manchester United’s much talked about move to re-sign Paul Pogba is “done”, with the club due to pay Juventus £92m and the player’s agent, Mino Raiola, a further £20m, according to reports from The Sun.
The Red Devils have been chasing the Frenchman for the past few weeks, but with the saga having rumbled on amid claims Real Madrid were also interested, it had looked for a while that an agreement may not be reached.
Yet, Man United seem to be closing in on Jose Mourinho’s fourth addition of the summer, with reports stating that the move has been sealed.
Indeed The Sun claim to have spoken to a source close to the Serie A club, who revealed that “a deal with United is done”.
On top of this, it’s claimed that Juventus will receive a world-record £92m fee for Pogba, while his agent, Raiola, will be issued with £20m from the Manchester club for his part in the arrangement, while Juve will also hand him £4m.
The transfer comes as somewhat of a shock given that Man United allowed the rangy midfielder to leave for just £800,000 four years ago.