Paul Pogba 'wants £500,000-a-week contract' to stay at Man Utd with Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus waiting in wings

Paul Pogba 'wants £500,000-a-week contract' to stay at Man Utd with Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus waiting in wings

WORLD CUP winner Paul Pogba is reportedly demanding £500,000-a-week to stay at Manchester United.

The French star, 28, is currently under contract until June 2022.

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And his agent, Mino Raiola is said to have told senior members of the United hierarchy his client will sign a deal, but ONLY if it's worth a staggering half a million per week, according to the Daily Star.

Should United agree to Pogba's demands, it would make him the highest paid player in the club's history.

The Daily Star also claim that PSG, Real Madrid and Juventus have all been informed how much it would cost to secure his signature.

Incredibly, with image rights included to that base wage Pogba could net somewhere in the region of £800,000-a-week.

Pogba and Raiola are aware that his next move will probably be the last lucrative deal he is likely to be offered.

The Red Devils signed the midfielder for a club-record fee of £90million in 2016.

But during his time with the Premier League giants he is yet to win a league title, with only EFL Cup and the Europa League winners' medals to his name.

This season, Pogba was slow out the traps as he struggled for form earlier in the campaign.

However, since the turn of the year his performances have improved – and he recently captained the team in the quarter-final Europa League win over Granada.

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And manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could thank former United star Darren Fletcher for his upturn in fortunes.

The ex-Scotland international was brought into the senior side's coaching set-up back in January to lend his experience to United's current crop of midfielders.

As The Sun reported, Fletcher has helped the Frenchman improve the defensive side of his game.

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