Manchester United are in with a second chance of signing Juventus star Paul Pogba after a move to Barcelona collapsed over his wage demands, reports the Metro.
The 22-year-old had looked set to move to the Camp Nou, but apparently he is looking for a £210,000 a week deal. This has turned away the La Liga champions, who aren’t willing to pay that much for the midfielder.
However, the Red Devils are willing to do so, and are now ready to pounce on this chance. They will be especially keen to get a hold of the youngster as they let him go to Turin for nothing back in 2012. Since then he has put that decision to shame, becoming one of the best young talents in world football.
The France international has ten goals and eight assists in 38 appearances for the Old Lady this season, helping them to win both Serie A and the Coppa Italia. Pogba also looks set to play in the Champions League final for the Bianconeri, and attempt to help them to an historic treble.