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- Jack FiggMay 28, 20192:54 pm
PAUL POGBA will take a pay cut to leave Manchester United for Real Madrid, according to one Spanish journalist who views the deal as “practically done”.
A wage drop of around £3million per year is said to be part of the £150m deal to take the Frenchman to the La Liga giants.
In his weekly segment on Spanish football show 'El Chiringuito de Jugones', veteran journalist Eduardo Inda claimed: “Pogba is practically done.
“The first to sign will be Hazard and the next will be Pogba.
“He has agreed to reduce his Manchester United salary: from £13m net per year to £10m.
“Adidas is pushing a lot because he is one of the brand's two major players.
“I think we are talking about [a fee] between £137m and £150m.”
- Jack FiggMay 28, 20191:55 pm
- Jack FiggMay 28, 20191:36 pm
BARCELONA have put Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United on red alert with the club reportedly looking to sell Philippe Coutinho, Malcom and Ousmane Dembele.
The attacking trio have all flattered to deceive at the Nou Camp since joining the Catalan side, with the Blaugrana believed to be willing to offload them.
According to Spanish journalist Gerard Romero, Dembele has failed to win over Barca's chiefs due to his attitude and physical weakness.
Romero has also stated that Malcom's future is in doubt should Ernesto Valverde get the sack, with Belgium boss Roberto Martinez already being lined up as his replacement.
While Romero also claims that Coutinho could return to the Premier League just a year after leaving Liverpool following a season that yielded just 11 goals in 54 games.
- Jack FiggMay 28, 201912:35 pm
- Jack FiggMay 28, 201912:04 pm
GARY NEVILLE says Manchester United have always lost out on big stars such as Matthijs de Ligt – but he would be delighted if they signed Aaron Wan-Bissaka instead.
He told Goal: “I think United can still attract top-end players because we’ve seen good players come to the club over the last six or seven years.
“This club will never move away from being a sensational football club, it will have difficult moments and it’s having a difficult time now.
“The money in the game now means you’re always in competition. The club has lost players when it’s been successful to Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
“It lost Robben to Chelsea in the mid-2000s, we lost Nasri to City, don’t always think that when Sir Alex Ferguson was here it didn’t happen.
“This club lost players when it was successful to some of the biggest clubs in Europe that are competing with United.
“Don’t think that if United lose players now to Barcelona that this is the first time it’s ever happened, it’s happened before.
“It’s not because of the current plight, or the coach, or the manager, or the current players.
“It just happens sometimes. It happened during successful times too.”
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