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Ankle problems caused the Kybosh to move in January, but Raiola says his situation will be reassessed in the summer: "We need to see in the summer whether Paul is still in Manchester United's plans and whether Manchester United is still there in Paul's plans - but I'm not going to speculate about it now".
Manchester United's plans to sign Sporting CP midfielder Bruno Fernandes could be in jeopardy after high-profile agent Jorge Mendes said other clubs have been in talks with the Portuguese club over a possible transfer. This is obvious as the club is now experiencing the worst start to a league campaign in 30 years. Given the financial issues that Sporting are now going through, they would still be looking to demand a fee of around €70million for the 25-year-old, however, the Red Devils seem quiet confident that an offer of £45million plus £10millions in add-ons will be enough.
Pogba is now failing after an ankle surgery this month, but is expected to fail in February.
"So you go to Lisbon and he's not coming?"
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Also, in regards to the intelligence he shows within the game, he has the quality to drive his team forward from midfield through his dribbling and movement on and off the ball.
The lengthy injury lay-off now facing Marcus Rashford is sure to have sped up the search for a forward player, but midfield is also an area of concern. United has shown no interest in the player last summer, but has been negotiating with his club in the past few weeks. That is why United needs him the most.
According to an earlier Sky Sports report, the deal for Bruno Fernandes was stuck as the two clubs failed to agree on a fee for the midfielder.
United had offered €60.5m (£51m/$67m), with €50m (£42.5m/$55.7m) of that guaranteed for the Portugal global.