Manchester United move rejected by Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng

Manchester United move rejected by Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng

The interview in particular the report points to is an interview with ESPN he did two weeks ago wherein Mourinho wonders why Pogba's performances in the World Cup for France were far more impressive than those with Manchester United.

United could do a lot worse than attempting to bring the 27-year-old to Old Trafford although there would be competition for his signature.

Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzio reported that United rejected an offer for Pogba from Barcelona in exchange for €50 million plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

Spanish media outlet Mundo Deportivo, as quoted by Metro, is reporting that Dembele returned to first-team training last week following his success at the World Cup.

Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, now appears to be touting the midfielder to other clubs.

However, United could rekindle their hopes of signing World Cup star Harry Maguire, with Leicester closing in on two centre-backs late in the window to safeguard themselves against losing their England global. Despite words of assurance of his future at Nou Camp from President Josep Maria, the 21-year-old might not be fully convinced, particularly after the entry of Malcom into the ranks of Valverde from Bordeaux earlier this summer for £35m.




But while the Bavarians want €50m for Boateng, Manchester United have offered just €25m, according to German magazine Sport Bild.

Manchester United's hunt for the centre-back Jose Mourinho craves continues as the transfer deadline edges closer.

Thoughts on Barcelona's cash plus players offer for Paul Pogba? The 29-year-old has sung the praises of our former boss, as well as revealing his desire to work with him once again some day.

It is understood Manchester United are now monitoring the situation with involving Mourinho and are would rather sack the Portuguese and bring in another manager than to sell Pogba.

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But United could rekindle their hopes of signing £65m World Cup star Harry Maguire, with Leicester closing in on two centre-backs late in the window to safeguard themselves against losing the England worldwide.

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