Man Utd have come to a landmark decision in the plan to bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford.
According to the Express, the leadership of the Red Devils has decided to sell out midfielder Paul Pogba at the summer market of 2021. The purpose of the deal is to collect as much money as possible, to reinvest in goals in the market.
As for Paul Pogba, the French player is also looking for a new destination. The 28-year-old star has just had a bad season at Old Trafford, but not being able to play in his forte position makes the Guinee-born midfielder unhappy with the coaching staff.
It can be said that letting Paul Pogba go will be the key to helping United bring Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford. The proceeds from the sale of the French player will be enough or even excess for MU to cover the transfer costs
concession as well as meet the salary of the Portuguese superstar.
In case you want to be sure, the Red Devils can completely consider the alternative of Juventus. Of course, Pogba’s transfer value is higher than Ronaldo’s, so United will also receive a large difference in fee.
Recently, a number of reputable sources in Italy confirmed that CR7’s representative team has started contacting Man Utd. The reigning Premier League runner-up is one of the destinations most interested by the Portuguese captain, next to Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Paul Pogba is also being sought by many big men. According to the ESPN, the star born in 1993 is considering between Juventus, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
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