Manchester United board will hold on to Paul Pogba this summer as they seek to convince him to pen a new deal.
Pogba is in the final year of his current deal and little progress has been made regarding a new extension with Paris Saint Germain said to be his next possible destination.
Le Parisian says the latest feedback from United is they're prepared to sell Pogba this summer - but will not accept anything less than €75m something that PSG thinks is too much for a player who will be a free agent next summer.
The tabloid reports that United will be willing to let the player go for free next summer if they can't get any offer that matches their wish this summer.
PSG is convinced United are playing bluff and believe they will seek to sell closer to this summer's transfer deadline with other reports indicating that Pogba is open to signing a new deal with United provided the perks are better.