Manchester United could lose one of their most valuable assets in the upcoming summer transfer window, as French international Paul Pogba has demanded a large salary to commit his future to the club.
Pogba has asked the Red Devils to raise his salary to £500,000 a week in order to sign a new deal, according to reports from the Daily Star (via Daily and Sunday Express). Furthermore, picture rights could raise his weekly salary to £800,000, potentially making him one of the highest-paid footballers in the world.
Paul Pogba joined Manchester United from Juventus in a then-world-record deal in the summer of 2016, signing a five-year contract with the Premier League giants. Since then, he has shown glimpses of potential, though his inconsistency has earned him criticism from a variety of analysts and fans.
However, the 28-year-old has been in outstanding form this season, assisting Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side to victories in a number of games, prompting the club to consider extending his deal. Meanwhile, if he decides to leave United, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, and Real Madrid are all rumored to be interested in signing him.
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