Juventus star Paul Pogba will complete a move back to Manchester United on Friday and looks set to become the most expensive player in history, according to reports.
The French international has already agreed to personal terms with the Manchester club and is set to complete a move to United within the next few hours.
A sources revealed that have the France midfield is set to reunite with the Reds within the next 24 hours after his agent Mino Raiola renounced part of the 20% revenue from Pogba’s sale, according to Calciomercato.com.
United coach Jose Mourinho has shown interest in the 23-year-old throughout the summer and he looks set to complete a world-record transfer fee of €115-million, including bonuses and add-ons.
Pogba will now make his return to the club after leaving the club four years ago as a free agent after failing to agree to a new deal with former manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Recent reports suggest that Juventus had already rejected two bids from United, with the highest bid believed to be around €110-million, plus a €10-million bonus.
Over the course of his career with the Serie A club, Pogba has featured 178 times while netting 34 goals in all competitions.
The midfielder general also picked up eight titles during his four years at the club, clinching four Serie A titles, two Coppa Italia and two Supercoppa Italian trophies.