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Transfer News: Paul Pogba In No Hurry To Decide On Manchester United Future, And Other Major News

Transfer News Paul Pogba In No Hurry To Decide On Manchester United Future, And Other Major News


This transfer looks like it could dominate the summer window yet.

Paul Pogba continues to be linked with a United exit, though 90 Min insist the Frenchman is in no hurry to decide his future.

Manchester United are still open to signing another centre-back even after agreeing a deal to sign Raphael Varane in the summer transfer window.

Manchester United have agreed a final fee of just under €50million for Varane after settling on a financial package with Real Madrid on Monday morning, now all that remains is for the player to undergo a medical and sign the relevant paperwork.

ManchesterUnited would be open to letting Phil Jones leave this summer and he is being linked with three Premier League sides already.

90 Min suggest United could even let Jones leave on a free transfer with Newcastle United, Burnley, and Brighton all reportedly interested.

The week just gets better and better for United fans. Bruno Fernandes has taken to social media to confirm he will be back in training today

It’s reported that United will allow the likes of Jesse Lingard, Alex Telles, Daniel James, Andreas Pereira, Brandon Williams, Diogo Dalot, Phil Jones and even Anthony Martial to leave this summer if an acceptable offer is received.

Money could also be raised by the sale of want-away midfielder Paul Pogba as well as with the departure of either David de Gea or Dean Henderson, it’s added.

Paul Pogba Is In No Hurry To Decide On Manchester United Future

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