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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho during the match against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in Munich

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Paul Pogba's agent is trying to engineer a sensational deal for the Manchester United star to leave Old Trafford for Barcelona.

United said last night that Pogba was not for sale amid claims that Barcelona and Juventus want to sign the World Cup victor before the European transfer window shuts at the end of the month.

Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo reported earlier Monday that Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, had travelled to England to negotiate his client's exit, with Barcelona and Juventus preferred destinations.

It is added that Pogba was disappointed by Mourinho's public digs at his World Cup performances.

With Mourinho known for not staying at a club for longer than three seasons, fans seem to be wary ahead of his third campaign at United.

"This season, especially after the World Cup that he's had, he's going to start expressing himself a lot more".

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Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, is now in Manchester in a bid to push the complicated operation forward.

"We respect the player and the teams they are on".

"I don't think it's about us getting the best out of him", Mourinho told ESPN FC.

'I think the World Cup is the ideal habitat for a player like him to give the best. Why? Where he's with his team on the training camp, completely isolated from the external world, where they focus just on football, where the dimensions of the game can only motivate.

But, Gianluca Di Marzio.com claim Barcelona have made the first move to sign Pogba by offering a player the club knows United would like.

Raiola's ask for bigger wages was followed by claims from Pep Guardiola that Manchester City had been offered the chance by the 50-year-old to sign Pogba in the January transfer window.

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