Paul Pogba wants out of Manchester United as deadline day drama looms

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Man Utd transfer news Paul Pogba could move to Barcelona this summer

Reports from Spain this evening have said that Pogba wants to leave the club, and the reliable Sky Italy journalist Gianluca di Marzio quickly followed that up with the news that Barcelona have had a bid rejected.

According to an ESPN report, the 25-year-old French global has become "unsettled" at Manchester United, in large part due to public criticism he received from manager Jose Mourinho over the summer.

It is understood Manchester United are now monitoring the situation with involving Mourinho and are would rather sack the Portuguese and bring in another manager than to sell Pogba. His agent, Mino Raiola, is expected in Manchester this week to negotiate the transfer of Pogba out of Old Trafford.

"Mourinho is the best manager I've ever worked with".

Milan have extra time to conclude a deal for Martial as they Italian transfer window closes nine days after the Premier League's deadline.

Chelsea winger Willian has admitted he hopes to "someday" work with Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho again, but insists he's happy at Stamford Bridge amid speculation he could leave this summer.

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Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has warned the Premier League runners-up to not sell France midfielder Paul Pogba and focus on instead strengthening their squad.

And now it seems United will have to shelve their interest in Bayern Munich defender Boateng, too.

Whether Pogba leaves or not - and it is exceedingly unlikely - there is no doubt he has become disillusioned with life under Mourinho. For one he is worth much more than Barcelona's initial offer.

McGarry said: "He [Mourinho] needs to pull Paul Pogba into his office ahead of this weekend's fixtures and say, "Forget everything".

Despite that important fact, the Daily Mail add that Pogba has already agreed a five-year £350,000-a-week contract at the Camp Nou.

Mourinho on Monday warned of a hard season ahead if the Premier League runners-up do not strengthen their side.

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