Manchester United are set to confirm the return of Paul Pogba to the club in a deal worth £100m, according to the Daily Mail.
Both United and Juventus have been held in discussions over the last weeks for a deal and when an agreement was reached, the deal was reportedly held back by the amount to be paid to Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola.
All that appears to have been solved now however and it is reported that United will announce the signing shortly, with the number 6 jersey also reportedly reserved for him.
Raiola’s fee is now believed to have been factored into the overall deal, with the super-agent having held talks with Juventus and their lawyers on Thursday.
The deal is also believed to be worth £290,000 a week, which will make him the second highest earner at the club after Wayne Rooney.
According to the report, the 23-year old has already completed a medical in Los Angeles, and will now make a return to the club he left almost for nothing in 2012.
This comes after Jose Mourinho was reported to have told nine players, including Bastian Schweinsteiger that they may need to seek a future elsewhere.
Pogba is currently in the United States but is expected to travel to England this weekend, where he will be unveiled as a Manchester United player.