Paul Pogba is said to have asked Manchester United to increase his weekly salary to £600,000 (£30 million per year).
The Frenchman, who has been linked with a move from Manchester United to Juventus and Real Madrid, has asked for high salaries to continue in January.
According to Tuttosport, the midfielder, who currently pays around £300,000 per week, wants to significantly increase that figure to around £ 600,000 per week.
Pogba has a two-year contract, and United have the opportunity to extend his contract for another year. But a soccer player can call it a rejection if his new demands are not met.
In 2016, Manchester United completed Paul Pogba’s transfer from Juventus to a world record £89 million transfer fee.