France host Portugal in the finals of the Euros tomorrow night following which the biggest transfer in the history of football could take place.

Juventus star Paul Pogba has been strongly linked with a move to Manchester United, but his involvement with the France national team at the Euros is delaying things at the moment.

Saturday’s Gazzetta dello Sport say Manchester United are waiting until the final of the Euros tomorrow night, after which they will make a bid for Paul Pogba.

Gazzetta reckon the bid could be worth €100m, or maybe even €120m, and they don’t seem to be sure about it.

The player will be offered a five-year deal worth €14m net per season.

Juventus, however, are also prepared to resist offers from Manchester United, but a lot depends on Mino Raiola.

Raiola has already convinced Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic to sign for Manchester United, and that worries Juventus.

Manchester United’s biggest worry could be Real Madrid, who are also lurking around for the player.

It is reported Zidane has always expressed a strong interest in Pogba, and has already asked Florentino Perez to sign him.

Pogba’s transfer fee or wages shouldn’t be a problem for Real Madrid, but Gazzetta believe everything depends on the player.