Barcelona & # 039; will wait for Paul Pogba & # 039; and trust that & # 039; agreement is not dead & # 039;

Barcelona confident that they can still sign Paul Pogba of Manchester United this summer

Barcelona are confident they can reach an agreement for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba before the European transfer period ends on August 31.

Pogba's future at Old Trafford has been compromised after the record £ 89 million signing from the club told his teammates he wanted to leave in the midst of Barcelona's strong interest.

On Tuesday, Sportsmail reported that the 25-year-old midfielder is also believed to have sent a text message to Ed Woodward, informing United's executive vice president of his desire to go, although the club strongly denies it.

Barcelona confident that they can still sign Paul Pogba of Manchester United this summer

Barcelona confident that they can still sign Paul Pogba of Manchester United this summer

And according to Mundo Deportivo, the European giants "will wait for Pogba" and believe that "the agreement is not dead", despite the closing of the English window on Thursday, while they hope to sign a declaration this summer after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo from the Real Madrid. .

The Spanish publication reports that Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, will continue working behind the scenes in an agreement with Barcelona.

The Camp Nou team believes that Pogba is still looking for the starting gate due to his fractured relationship with José Mourinho.

However, the line that leaves United is that the winner of the World Cup of France is not for sale.

Meanwhile, Manchester United boss Mourinho also praised Pogba's "desire to work" and believes he is happy in the club, before stating that there is a possibility that he may appear before Leicester in the first game of the club. Premier League

Barcelona feels that Pogba wants to leave due to his fractured relationship with José Mourinho

Barcelona feels that Pogba wants to leave due to his fractured relationship with José Mourinho

Barcelona feels that Pogba wants to leave due to his fractured relationship with José Mourinho

"My perception, arrived on Monday, happy, proud, wanting to work," Mourinho said at a press conference.

"He worked incredibly well on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, he's one of the players I have to talk to, to see how he feels physically and mentally.

"But it's the same conversation as with [Ashley] Young, [Marouane] Fellaini, [Jesse] Lingard, it's the same.

& # 39; If they feel they can help us [against Leicester] – 20 minutes, 10 minutes, half an hour. We do not have many solutions and we want to go with everything we have.

& # 39; I see [Pogba] Very well, but we need words with that small group to see if they can help us out. We have to try to get the best of each player. "

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