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Manchester United going for Paul Pogba

It is believed that Manchester United might be making a bid for their former player Paul Pogba.

There are reports that Jose Mourinho has instructed the Manchester United board to try and sign the French midfielder.

Jose Mourinho has been having some lengthy discussions with Manchester United Ed Woodward, and it is believed that a great deal of these discussions has been about signing new players.

There are reports that the Portuguese manager has told Ed Woodward to get Paul Pogba whatever the cost is.

It is believed that Manchester United will be making a £100m to Juventus to test their resolve when it comes to the player. The Italian club has previously said that the French midfielder was not available for sale, but we will have to wait for their answer if Manchester United do make the offer for Paul Pogba.

At the moment, Paul Pogba is at the Euros in France with his team facing Germany in the semi-final. We will have to wait for the end of the tournament to find out what the player think about returning to Manchester United.

It is reported that Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Manchester City are also interested in signing the French midfielder, but they have yet to make a concrete offer. It is believed that Pogba will be signing for the team where he has the greatest chances of winning silverware. At the moment both Manchester clubs seems to be work in progress, and it is very likely that the French midfielder might choose to go to Spain with Real Madrid the most likely destination.

Indeed, Pogba might be interested in working with French coach Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid as the latter is keen to strengthen his midfield especially with Cristiano Ronaldo preferring to play in a more forward role.