Pogba demands to leave Man Utd after agreeing £10.3m-a-year deal with Real Madrid

Paul Pogba has asked Manchester United to sell him this summer, after provisionally agreeing a whopping £10.3million-a-year deal with Real Madrid, AS reports.

Pogba has grown tired of life with the Premier League giants and is determined to move on in the summer.

He is keen to link up with compatriot Zinedine Zidane, who has since returned to the Santiago Bernabeu.

It is understood that Pogba has now decided to force the issue and has asked Manchester United chiefs to sell him this summer.

The 26-year-old will pocket a cool £10.3m every year if United agree to let him leave, although Ed Woodward and co. are set to play hardball with the Spanish giants over a fee.

They will command at least £130m for his services – a fee Real are hoping to reduce by including Gareth Bale in any deal.