Manchester United are prepared to sell star midfielder Paul Pogba this summer should he fail to sign a new mega-deal at the club, according to reports.
Pogba is happier than at any time since a world-record £89million move to rejoin the club from Juventus in 2016 and was outstanding in United's 6-2 win against Roma in last week's Europa League semi-final first leg.
The Frenchman's current United contract runs out next year amid protracted speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid.
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Pogba has been in stunning form and reports suggest United will open talks on a new £400,000-a-week deal
The Mirror however claim United will open talks with the 28-year-old regarding a fresh £400,000-a-week deal later this month, which would see him overtake David De Gea as the highest-paid player at the club.
But the same outlet and The Sun claim that should the France international refuse to commit his long-term future to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men, the club will not hesitate to move him on, especially if super agent Mino Raiola's demands become too taxing.
To help finance a move, both reports add United are planning to sell Spain goalkeeper De Gea - who currently earns £350,000 per week - to fund his current French team-mate's new deal, with Dean Henderson then becoming the undisputed No 1.
But United are aware that they are in a race against time to convince Pogba to stay and are keen for progress to be made on negotiations before he represents France at the European Championships this summer.
But they would be prepared to sell him too, especially if Mino Raiola's demands are too high
Pogba has also been linked with a move to former club Juventus, and the list of high-profile suitors has made United reportedly desperate for talks with Raiola, as they are keen to avoid a repeat of nine years ago, when they lost him to the Italian giants on a free transfer.
The reports add while Old Trafford chiefs will now bow to whatever Raiola