Manchester United is ready to count their loss on France World Cup winning star Paul Pogba, according to report in Italian media.
Manchester United signed Pogba in a then world record fee of €105m in 2016 from Juventus and the midfielder is unable to settle at the Old Trafford with speculations linking him back to the Italian Champions cease to stop.
The report in Tuttosport says that Manchester United directors are prepared to listen to offers from the Juventus if the Italian Champions cough out €80m for the Frenchman.
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The move to return to Serie A for Pogba is not guaranteed even if Manchester United lower their asking price for the flamboyant midfielder, his personal demands might hinder the deal as he is unwilling to take any pay-cut.
Pogba earns €10m-a-year - plus bonuses at Manchester United and he does not want to see it reduced if he must quit the Red Devils for Turin.
Should Pogba join the Serie A outfit he would be the second highest paid at the club behind Cristiano Ronaldo.
Pogba has endured some strenuous time under his manager Jose Mourinho and the pair was seen exchanging heated words on the training ground some months ago.