United to meet Juventus to make Pogba offer

Turin: English Premier League giants Manchester United and agent Mino Raiola will reportedly meet Italian football powerhouse Juventus to hand over an offer for midfielder Paul Pogba. United have been chasing the Frenchman all summer and are set to have his signature if he decides to leave the Serie A champions. Raiola and United have together requested the meeting with the Bianconeri to submit the first offer, reported Gianluca Di Marzio website on Tuesday. The website also claimed that Pogba will reportedly be offered 13 million euros ($14.32 million) net per season and that United are prepared to pay a transfer fee of about 100 million euros ($110 million). Juventus, however, are expected to reject the offer as they are looking for something around 120 to 130 million euros ($132 to $143 million). But the transfer will happen only if the 23-year-old wants to move to Old Trafford as Juventus have already said they will not sell him for any price, unless he expresses a desire to leave.