The Red Devils are reportedly pushing to land the France international on a five-year deal worth €12m a year, with the midfielder also set to earn 20% (€25m) of the sale fee
Manchester United have launched a final bid of €125 million (£104.6m) for Paul Pogba, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.
Jose Mourinho’s side have ramped up their efforts to land the France international and are ready to complete a world-record deal for the Juventus midfielder.
The overall deal will reportedly cost United €185m (£155m), with the club prepared to offer the player a five-year deal worth €12m (£10m) a year.
The report also claims that Pogba will receive 20% of the sale fee – €25m (£20.9m).