Last night, L’Equipe reported Manchester United have agreed a €120m deal with Juventus for Paul Pogba, after their initial bid of €110m was rejected.

Paul Pogba is very likely to return to Manchester United very soon, but there seems to be conflicting reports on his transfer fee.

Yesterday, Italian media reported a deal could be done for €125m, and now there are fresh reports claiming something else.

According to Italian website Calciomercato, Juventus have agreed a fee of €110m with Manchester United for Pogba.

Mino Raiola and Paul Pogba were supposed to pocket 20% of the transfer fee, but have now agreed to take only 10% out of it.

The duo took the commission cut because Juventus wanted at least €100m for the Frenchman.

There is certainly going to be more reports on this, but most importantly, it seems Manchester United and Jose Mourinho have got the player they wanted.