Manchester United are reportedly willing to accept a lower transfer fee for Paul Pogba with the Frenchman regularly linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
Pogba has struggled since returning to Juventus from United in 2016 and has been hindered by injuries this season.
The World Cup winner has made just eight appearances in all competitions however speculation over his future has not gone away.
Real Madrid and former club Juventus are both believed to be interested in Pogba with United believed to having previously demanded up to £180m for the star.
But Goal claim that executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward will now compromise on a figure closer to £130m.
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It’s reported that Woodward is aiming to secure £150m on any sale with the Red Devils keen not to sell Pogba at a loss.
They had paid £89m to bring Pogba back to Old Trafford and the Frenchman still has over a year left on his current contract.
Red Devils hero Paul Parker believes manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should try to offload Pogba as soon as he can, especially considering the comments of his agent Mino Raiola.
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Parker told Starsport: “The whole thing has to stop, it’s as simple as that. Just need it to move on.
“It’s not about when he comes back, don’t even wait for that. Just move him on now and take his agent with him.
“His agent has said a lot of stuff, Pogba hasn’t said anything.
“There’s enough opportunities for him to come out and set the record straight.
“If he came out and said he wants to leave, a lot more respect would be had.
“Don’t let a non-football man do it for you. The fans are not fussed about him anymore, they’ve got no interest anymore.
“Even if he does come back, they are fed up of ifs and buts. If the real Paul Pogba was there, with Bruno Fernandes and Fred around as well, that would be a good combination. But it ain’t going to be.
“Manchester United have to move him on. They need positivity and that’s with players that want to be there.”
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