Transfer News: Manchester United Name Price For Paul Pogba, Chelsea Star Could Leave

It is as if Manchester United have been transported to the early 2000s, back when they could boast three Premier League trophies in four years. But this state of affairs has nothing to do with silverware.

Reports have suggested that executives at Old Trafford have described the relationship between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba as similar to that of Sir Alex Ferguson and David Beckham. In short, non-existent.

And so, like Beckham, it looks like Pogba could be heading for the exit. Here, Newsweek provides you with all the news and rumors of transfer gossip circling the Premier League, starting at Old Trafford.

If Pogba goes, Manchester United want to make a profit. According to the Daily Mail, the club will demand a fee of £140 million for the 25-year-old midfielder, just two years after they paid Juventus £89 million for him.

One of their most potential suitors is the high-flying, money-splashing Paris Saint-Germain. According to ESPN, Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has already been contacted by the Ligue 1 champions.

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Pogba and Mourinho
Paul Pogba, left, and Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford, Manchester, England, March 17. OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty

United's rivals and newly-crowned Premier League champions, Manchester City, are also aiming to strengthen. According to The Sun, City will return for Leicester's Riyad Mahrez this summer, lining up a £65 million bid for the 27-year-old Algerian forward.

As the Manchester clubs get stronger Chelsea could get weaker. According to the Daily Mail, the West London club could face another pursuit from Real Madrid for Eden Hazard this summer, but it will depend on whether they sell Gareth Bale. Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo say Bale's relationship with manager Zinedine Zidane has broken down.

Everton are looking to pounce for Jack Wilshere this summer, with Sam Allardyce hoping to sign the England midfielder on a free transfer, according to the Liverpool Echo. Wilshere's contract at Arsenal expires in the summer but Arsene Wenger is hoping he will sign a new long-term deal, according to Goal!

And finally, Manchester United are the favorites to sign 20-year-old Brazilian forward Richarlison from Watford this summer, according to the Daily Mail, despite interest from Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.