Paul Pogba's Manchester United future unsettled by Jose Mourinho's criticism

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According to the latest reports, La Blaugrana has agreed on personal terms with Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba over a transfer in the next few days.

Pogba shone for France in the World Cup as the 25-year-old re-established himself as one of the world's best midfielders after a frustrating season for United. According to Italian news outlet Calciomercato, French midfielder Paul Pogba's agent has met up with Barcelona chiefs and negotiated on a deal to lure the United star to Camp Nou.

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

Raiola is known to have approached United about a raise for Pogba after Sanchez moved to Old Trafford from Arsenal in January.

Pogba, who did not accompany United on the US tour, will meet Mourinho this week after returning to United's Carrington training centre Monday after a three-week break following France's World Cup triumph.

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Thoughts on Barcelona's cash plus players offer for Paul Pogba? Mourinho appeared to question Pogba's effort and heart while playing for his club, saying, "I don't think it's about us getting the best out of him [at Manchester United], it's about him giving the best he has to give".

World Cup-winning Pogba is back at Carrington after he was allowed an extended break following the tournament in Russian Federation. Because it's closed for a month, where he can only think about football.

Pogba has been linked with the Catalan giants throughout the summer and it was reported yesterday that United had turned down a cash-plus-players bid for the France global.

The Old Lady want the deal completed before the transfer window closes.

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