Paul Pogba has rejected a new £50million contract at Manchester United and is set to leave this summer.
Pogba's unwillingness to sign a new deal has forced United to look at selling their club record £89million signing – or risk losing him for nothing next summer.
Paris St Germain are ready to pay £45m for Pogba, who has one year left on his current United contract, but has turned down the offer of a £350,000-a-week deal.
United wanted to tie Pogba, 28, down to a new long-term deal and were prepared to offer him a huge pay hike on his existing £250,000-a-week deal.
But the France World Cup winner and his agent, Mino Raiola, have snubbed the offer in a bid to force through the move to PSG and a new challenge elsewhere.