Manchester United have dropped their expectations over a price for Paul Pogba, it has been claimed in Italy.
United, report Tuttosport, remain determined to sell the Frenchman next summer, knowing the feeling is mutual from the player.
However, despite claims of a €200m price-tag being slapped on him, it’s now suggested United have scaled back their valuation to €70-80m.
United want to sell Pogba and clear his wages off the books with the view to putting the freed funds towards the summer budget for the next manager.
Juventus, meanwhile, remain the favourites to buy back Pogba in June.