It has been a while since Manchester United have made France international Paul Pogba their No.1 target for the summer, however if we consider the whole affair the Red Devils have not made any progress in the deal and now the player’s agent suggests that the player may snub the Red Devils and decide to stay at Juventus next season.
United who are ready to pay a £100m for the star midfielder, are informed that they may end up losing on the playmaker if he decides to accept Juventus’ improved offer.
Juventus are reportedly ready to increase Pogba’s wages to £130,000 a week under the terms of the new deal and the same if accepted will snub off United’s hope to land the player into the squad this summer.
Mino Raiola, who brokered Mhkitaryan and Ibrahimovic’s moves to United, warned the Reds they could miss out on a hat-trick of his clients if they do not act swiftly enough.
“There is a lot of talk about Paul’s future, but maybe he will not leave Juventus,” said Raiola.
“He’s in no rush to leave and Juventus don’t want him to go. They want him to renew his contract.
“Paul is not desperate to move. We’re very happy at Juventus and they’re a club that want to keep their star players.
“Juventus have treated Paul exceptionally well. They’re a fantastic club and they believe in him.”
So far United have completed the signing of Eric Bailly from Villareal, Zlatan Ibrahimovic a free agent who was formerly a PSG player and Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund and Pogba is supposed to be United boss Jose Mourinho’s last signing for the summer, if the deal goes through.