The Guardian is reporting that the Red Devils’ representative is planning to hold talks with the 25-year-old France international’s employers in a month’s time to discuss his situation at the Old Trafford club.
Pogba’s future at Manchester United have been a constant source of uncertainty in recent days, with his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho seemingly at breaking point.
Mourinho confirmed earlier this week that Pogba would not be the club’s vice-captain any more, and the pair appeared to have a frosty exchange in Manchester United training at Carrington on Wednesday morning.
According to the same report, agent Raiola wants to meet with Manchester United to determine whether the Red Devils would be willing to let Pogba leave in January or next summer.
The same story says that Manchester United did not consider selling Pogba last summer when FC Barcelona made a bid of £45m plus the players Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.
However, the situation seems to have developed in recent weeks, with Pogba’s situation at the club under constant scrutiny.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will take on West Ham United in the Premier League at the London Stadium on Saturday lunchtime.
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