The French World Cup winner is desperate to leave the Old Trafford.
Pogba joined Manchester United last two seasons for a world record transfer fee of £89million, but has his relationship with his manager Jose Mourinho hit the rocks after the Portuguese decided to left him off the bench for dip in form.
Paul Pogba’s agent Mono Riola has been looking for a possible buyer for his client and even offered him to Manchester City last season.
It is understood that Manchester United will let him leave should they get the right fee.
It’s understood that Pogba has agreed terms with the Catalan giants on a deal worth £89.5m over five years — a basic salary of £18m equivalent to £346,000 a week — through his agent Mino Raiola and that he has his heart set on a move to the Nou Camp.
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He has struggled to justify his transfer fee over the past two years but blames his restricted role in Mourinho’s side and the 55-year-old’s tactics for his patchy form. His superior performances in Russia as France won the World Cup were always going to be an awkward issue for Mourinho, but the situation has taken a dramatic twist since he returned to training at Carrington on Monday.
United are desperate not to lose their record signing so close to the start of the season, even though Mourinho privately confided in April that he would be prepared to sell Pogba this summer.