Paul Pogba wants Manchester United to increase his pay ,as he ‘demands £600k-a-week to stay at Old Trafford
Manchester United forward Paul Pogba has ask his club Manchester United to increase his weekly pay to £600k (£30million-a-year).
The Frenchman is currently on around £300,000-a-week, but would like to see that amount increased massively to around £600k-a-week.
Pogba recently came to the negotiating table in order to ask for more money as he searches for an exit.
Back in 2016, Manchester United completed the transfer of Paul Pogba from Juventus for a world-record transfer fee of £89m.
The midfielder has two years left on his contract, and United have an option to extend his contract for another year. But the footballer may call it a quit if his new demands is not met.
the former Juventus player has been linked with a move away from Manchester United to Juventus and Real Madrid asked for huge wages in an effort to force a move in January.
Both Juventus and Real Madrid were reluctant to reach United’s £180m valuation in the summer, but Juventus recently renewed their interest, and may look to pounce in the January transfer window as Pogba remain under their watchful eye