Manchester United is prepared to accept offers for Paul Pogba as the set price for the wantaway midfielder.

The Sun says fed-up Old Trafford hierarchy is now ready to sell him for £150million and the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus are alerted.

Manchester United set the bar so high by quoting a price too high that deterred Real Madrid and Juventus from pushing for a deal in the last summer.

The £180m valuation put off Real Madrid and Juventus’ interest last summer.

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Now Pogba, 26, and his agent Mino Raiola have been told he can leave at the end of the season as long as their demands are met.

Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the board believe it is best to part ways.

While Pogba does not believe he can win titles or the Champions League at United during what should be the prime of his career.

Agent Raiola has also ruffled Old Trafford figures with disparaging comments about the club.Manchester United have informed Paul Pogba he can leave this summer.

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