But letting Pogba leave carries a risk, as highlighted by reports last week that Bruno Fernandes is prepared to commit his long-term future to the Red Devils – but only if his team-mate does the same.
Fernandes sees Pogba as an integral part of the side and believes that his continued involvement will be crucial in helping United to return to the top of the Premier League in the near future, according to The Sun.
The Portuguese playmaker is under contract until 2025 but has been tipped to agree fresh terms after establishing himself as arguably United’s best player since joining from Sporting Lisbon in January of last year.
The club reportedly offered Fernandes a new deal worth around £200,000 per week in March, but he was said to be keen on waiting until the summer months in order to judge his side’s transfer ambitions.
With speculation linking United to the likes of Harry Kane, Erling Haaland and Raphael Varane this summer, it could be a big transfer window for the 20-times Premier League champions in more ways than one.