Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has now rejected a new £50m contract offer from the club, MySportDab reports.
The chances of Pogba leaving Manchester United this summer is starting to grow gradually.
Pogba’s reluctance to sign a new contract has made Manchester United to consider selling their club record £89million signing.
The Red Devils must sell Pogba now or risk losing him for free again next summer.
MySportDab understands that Paris Saint-Germain want to pay £45m for Pogba, with one year left on his United contract.
According to Manchester Evening News, Pogba has rejected the offer of a £350,000-a-week contract.
United wanted Pogba to a new long-term contract and were ready to offer him a massive pay rise on his current £250,000-a-week wages.
However, the France World Cup winner has snubbed the offer in a bid to force a transfer to PSG and start a new challenge.
Now, United are not happy with the idea of Pogba running down his contract next season and leaving as a free agent.
The Red Devils are also not ready to let Pogba leave the club for a cheap price and are only ready to him for sale £50m.
The 28-year-old has played 199 matches in his second time at United, scoring 38 goals.
After a disappointing performance last season, as United lost on penalties against Villarreal in the Europa League final, Pogba impressed for France at Euro 2020.
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