France midfielder, who Nou Camp side have been interested in before, has impressed during World Cup and could top it off with victory
MANCHESTER UNITED star Paul Pogba has been offered to Barcelona by his agent Mino Raiola, according to reports.
Raiola was at Barca’s training ground this week and Mundo Deportivo claim that was when he floated the idea of £89million man Pogba joining them.
They claim Pogba, 25, is still not at ease with Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho and would be “happy” to move.
Barcelona coveted the Frenchman in 2015 when he was in the penultimate year of his four-season spell at Juventus.
That move never worked out and Pogba ended up returning to United in 2016, where he was from 2011 to 2012 and earlier as a youth.
Other reports have claimed Juve were looking to attempt to re-sign Pogba on the condition Miralem Pjanic left.
Pogba has impressed for Didier Deschamps’ side in Russia.
Mourinho has been working as an analyst for Russian TV channel RT and praised his star midfielder’s performance after the 1-0 semi-final win over Belgium.
He said: “Pogba was mature, he played with great maturity. When he had to hold position and to keep control of the game he did.”
Pogba will lift the World Cup if France beat Croatia in tomorrow’s final.