Man United to agree swap deal including £110,000-a-week playmaker

Despite reports claiming the dust over the future of Paul Pogba for Man United has been settled, there is no telling if the French midfielder will be a Red Devil next season.

United have had a slow start in the Premier league but Pogba has made the headline more for a discord between him and Jose Mourinho.

The Portuguese tactician has been accused for failing to use the midfielder to his full strength and while the player has received criticisms for his strings of poor performances, it appears as though he is indispensable in the middle of the pack for United.

The powerful midfielder was heavily linked with a move to Barcelona in the summer after reports emerged that his agent Mino Raiola spoke with the La Liga side in a bid to broker a deal for the star.

And  now, Tuttosports have reported that Pogba is fed up with life at the fortress of Old Trafford and he is in the want of a move away from the club, setting his sight on a move to former club Juventus.

Calciomercato have also claimed Mourinho is resigned to selling the player to the Old Lady but he will ask that Paulo Dyabala be included in a swap deal.

Dyabala is adept at retaining ball possession and can offer more in attack than Pogba.

He is tied to a contract with Juventus until 2022 and he currently smiles to the bank for £110,000-a-week.