Manchester United are set to reduce Paul Pogba‘s release clause by £30 million if any club makes a move in the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils denied the World Cup winner the opportunity to join Real Madrid as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer try to build a team around the France midfielder.
Manchester United are now ready to allow Pogba to leave the club following the arrival of Bruno Fernandes at Old Trafford.
The board of Man U are now ready to allow him to leave the club, there had been a report that his presence in the club is affecting the performance of the club.
The Red Devils are hoping to make a profit from Pogba who they signed from Juventus in 2016 in a deal worth £100m.
There are speculations that the Red Devils will be asking for £150 million for the midfielder who is currently on an injury.
An initial price tag of £180m was put on the 26-year-old, following his performances at the 2018 World Cup, which he helped France win.
But United will now accept £150m for the player, who has made only eight appearances for United this season due to a persistent ankle injury.