Published: Wed, July 10, 2019
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Pogba's agent: "Man United have known his feeling for a long time"

Pogba's agent:

France midfielder Paul Pogba's future with Manchester United was in the spotlight as the team arrived in Perth for a 10-day visit that includes two friendlies, a corporate golf day and a soccer clinic with disadvantaged children.

New recruit Aaron Wan-Bissaka was also part of the travelling party and Paul Pogba, who has been the subject of exit rumours, has also headed Down Under with the team.

Pogba, who is on the club's pre-season tour of Australia, Singapore and China, said in June that "now could be a good time to move elsewhere".

Pogba has two more years remaining on his United contract. But along with some brilliant performances, there have been incidents when Pogba looks lost on the field and thinking that he is far too superior to play for Manchester United. Juventus are also customers for Paul Pogba's services, but all signs point towards the midfielder heading to Spain.

As is so often the case with most clubs, United's available funds will vary depending on any possible outgoings, and we've already seen the Red Devils linked to a ridiculous amount of players since their 2018/2019 campaign fizzled out with a 6th-placed whimper.

It is believed that the foreigners in the side are concerned that the Norwegian has placed too much focus on fitness, rather than placing importance on ball work.

Meanwhile, Mino Raiola has reiterated Pogba's desire to leave the club.

Pogba, who is considering a move from Manchester United, likely to Real Madrid or Juventus, was among the players despite speculation that he might not make the trip to Australia.

The Red Devils are looking to push through a deal for the Leicester City centre-back having shown initial interest in him during last summer's transfer window.

Reports have suggested that United have offered around £70 million ($88m) for the boyhood United fan, but the Foxes board are hoping to attract an offer in excess of £80m ($100m) in order to allow Maguire to depart.

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