If Manchester United want to keep Paul Pogba, it is going to cost them.
Pogba wanted to leave Old Trafford as Real Madrid and Juventus circled before the transfer window closed.
Now, Pogba has some personal demands for United.
TOP STORY – POGBA MAKES CONTRACT DEMAND
Manchester United star Paul Pogba wants to double his salary to £30million in order to stay at the club, reports Tuttosport.
Pogba eyed an Old Trafford exit prior to the close of the transfer window, with LaLiga giants Real Madrid and former club Juventus interested.
A move did not materialise and now Pogba is looking to secure a new bumper contract in Manchester.
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- Bayern Munich are still interested in injured Manchester City winger Leroy Sane, according to The Sun. Bundesliga champions Bayern were hoping to sign Sane before the Germany international suffered a serious knee injury.
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- Madrid are ready to compete with LaLiga rivals Barcelona for the signing of Napoli's Spanish midfielder Fabian Ruiz according to reports from La Gazzetta dello Sport and Mundo Deportivo.
- Manchester United will demand £20million for Dean Henderson after re-signing star goalkeeper David De Gea, says The Sun. England Under-21 keeper Henderson is on loan at Premier League side Sheffield United but dropped a clanger in Saturday's defeat to Liverpool.