Pogba demands £500000-a-week from Man Utd to stay

Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba

But the France global wants a mouth-watering KSh 66 million (£500,000) a week to put him on the same level with United's highest paid player, Alexis Sanchez.

Madrid want to convince him with a new deal.

Paul Pogba answered that it was a "dream" to play for Real Madrid and to work with French legend Zinedine Zidane when quizzed about it during the recently concluded worldwide break, leading to massive speculation that the midfielder was angling for a move away from Manchester United in the summer.

Baily has less than two years in his current deal at Manchester United.

Luckily Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has rescued the campaign and there was hopes he could build on his progress next season but he will need the former Juventus man.

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But the Red Devils could be willing to put a three-year extension on the table, tying Pogba to Old Trafford until 2024.

Raiola is also acutely conscious of Solskjaer's desperation to keep Pogba with United set to lose out-of-contract pair Ander Herrera and Juan Mata.

Meanwhile, Sanchez's disastrous season at Old Trafford is on the brink of ending if United can find a buyer for the struggling Chilean.

DAILY POST recalls that Bailly was among the six players Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to leave the club this summer.

The France global has been touted as a possible target for Los Blancos this summer following recent comments made by Zinedine Zidane and the player himself.

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