On May 1st, we relayed news from AS that Manchester United will ‘open the door’ for Paul Pogba to leave Old Trafford in the next transfer window.
Another Spanish newspaper, Sport, now claims the Red Devils are growing tired of Mino Raiola’s tactics in handling the midfielder’s case.
The super-agent has reportedly offered the Frenchman to several clubs and his intention is to sell him to the highest bidder.
If Pogba ends up leaving Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, Ajax’s Donny van de Beek remains the ‘favourite’ to replace him. The Eredivisie star is appreciated by the United technical leaders.
The Catalan publication are of the belief the Netherlands international will be the ‘ideal substitute’ to replace the World Cup winner and the 23-year-old’s profile seduces the Premier League club.
Sport also mentions that apart from United, Newcastle United and Everton have also shown interest in Van de Beek, while Real Madrid ‘remain silent’.
Two days ago, the same outlet explained the Dutchman needs an ‘ambitious project’, something a club like United could offer. It was also reported the Ajax star’s agent has officially started listening to offers from England.
Manchester United’s chances of signing Van de Beek depend on whether or not Pogba will be with his current employer next season.