Man United raise Paul Pogba valuation to £180m – report
Man United have raised their valuation of Paul Pogba to £160m, according to reports
Manchester United have raised their valuation of Paul Pogba this summer to £180m, according to reports in the British media.
The Daily Star is reporting that the Red Devils have added a further £30m to the 26-year-old’s asking price as the speculation surrounding his future continues.
According to the same story, Manchester United have decided to increase their asking price following agent Mino Raiola’s claims about his future.
The agent recently revealed that his client is keen on a move away from Manchester United three years after having re-joined the club from Juventus.
According to the same article, Manchester United remain “determined” to keep Pogba at Old Trafford for next season at the least.
It is claimed in the same story that Manchester United chiefs have been angered by Raiola’s actions behind the scenes and have chosen to up their asking price for the French World Cup winner this summer.
According to the same article, Real Madrid are still keen to do a deal for Pogba this summer, with Juventus having pulled out of the running.
However, Manchester United have no intention of doing business for anything less than what they consider to be his “true value”.