Manchester United still hold back unsettled midfielder Paul Pogba at £150m despite the financial impact of the Covid-19 19 outbreak.
The France international was keen on a move away from Old Trafford last summer, but it was seen that no club were ready to meet United’s valuation, which was thought to be in the region of £180m.
Juventus and Real Madrid were both believed to have been monitoring developments in a player who has now returned to full fitness following ankle surgery ahead of the Premier League restart later this month.
According to the Evening Standard, interested clubs will not be able to sign the Manchester united midfielder in a cut-price deal as united still value him at £150m.
The 27-year-old France international still has a current deal with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side which is seen to expire next summer, though the 20-time English champions have the option of giving him a another contract till June 2022.
Paul Pogba is yet to score in eight appearances at club level this term but enjoyed a productive 2018-19 season, registering 16 goals and contributing 11 assists in 47 appearances in all competitions.