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Paul Pogba has told team-mates he wants to leave Manchester United, according to The Mail.

Sky in Italy say United have rejected an offer for Pogba from Barcelona of £45m plus Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been linked with a sensational move to Barcelona this summer - but Ernesto Valverde is keeping quiet on any speculation.

Jose Mourinho has warned Manchester United face a "difficult season" if they do not strengthen their squad before the Premier League transfer window shuts on Thursday, AFP reports.

The chances of Mourinho leaving the club have skyrocketed after a string of poor displays in pre-season, and Mourinho's open frustration with Ed Woodward's performance in the transfer market.

Jose Mourinho wants Pogba back at Old Trafford and is hopeful he can replicate his form on the global stage for United.

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Behind all the moves are the Machiavellian hands of 26-year-old Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola.

This comes on the back of the souring of Pogba's relationship with Mourinho.

Fair play to Mourinho though, Pogba did have a string of bad games for which he was heavily criticized for.

The Sun says Pogba has told United he wants a £200k-a-week pay rise - if he has to stay.

United's defence was solid last season, second only to City in conceding just 28 goals, but the hope was that they could add a ball-playing central defender to help develop a more fluent style from the back.

Reports in both Spain and England suggest that the Gunners are keen on making a move for Ousmane Dembele with a rumoured €100 million deal in the works, a player who Emery is said to love.

According to Bild, the Germany worldwide is said to have called Mourinho to inform him of his decision after Niko Kovac's plea for the centre-back to remain with the German champions. A whole world. A whole universe to itself.