Manchester United have further slashed their asking price for Paul Pogba.
It was reported the Old Trafford brass are eager to retain Pogba’s services, with a new contract in the pipeline.
The Athletic, however, reports the Premier League big boys have performed a U-turn on the World Cup winner’s future at the club.
A United source is said to have told the outlet the club would be willing to take a financial hit on their record signing – who they spent £89million on in the summer of 2016 – by accepting a £40million offer for his services.
The insider, however, claims Pogba doesn’t have suitors at this moment in time.
“I think United would like to sell him and he’d like to go, but there isn’t a club there,” the insider said.