The Glazer family who own Manchester United are “desperate” to make the Red Devils the most popular club in Europe once more, so say to the Daily Mail.
And, according to the same newspaper, United are ready to break the world transfer fee in their quest for continental domination.
The Mail claim that Paul Pogba is in line to become the first £100m player as the Man United owners look to keep their foot on the pedal in terms of summer spending.
United have already brought in a big name up front, by landing Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer, while Mail Sport claim £65m has been spent on getting Eric Bailly and Henrikh Mkhitaryan in place for Jose Mourinho’s first season at Old Trafford.
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Pogba only left United four years ago, when Juventus picked him up for nothing.
United clearly messed up by allowing such a talent to leave, especially without a fee, but Old Trafford is looking increasingly like it could be set to welcome Pogba back in the near future.
Juve have demanded at least £100m for Pogba, per The Mail, who say this has put off the likes of Real Madrid, PSG and Manchester City, but not United who would be willing to pay £250,000-a-week wages on top of a monster transfer fee.