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Real Madrid refuse to up their valuation for Pogba

Real Madrid refuse to budge on their valuation for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

The Sun says United are ready to dig their heels in and hold out for at least £150million for Pogba this summer.

The Spanish giants tabling their opening offer of £90million but United are in no mood to consider an offer which is less than their valuation, according to The Sun .

It is claimed that United are determined to make a huge profit on their club-record signing and the current bid by Madrid would only see them make £1m.

Despite the interest, United are determined to keep hold of their prized asset and will reportedly make a decision on his future by July 1 - when United's players return for pre-season duty.

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