French newspaper claims Manchester United have had world-record Paul Pogba bid accepted

Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba

Could the end of the summer's biggest transfer saga be in sight?

Paul Pogba could soon make his return to Manchester.

Easily the summer's biggest transfer story, the Frenchman has been linked with a move back to his former club on a daily basis.

Reports yesterday suggested that the Red Devils had failed with their initial bid for the Juventus star.

If further emerged that Pogba himself had requested that the Serie A club allow him to rejoin Manchester United.

Now, it seems that United could soon land the midfielder said to be coveted by Jose Mourinho.

According to French publication L'Equipe, the Premier League outfit have had a world-record bid of €120million (£100m) accepted for the player:

Furthermore, Italian football journalist Tancredi Palmeri has claimed that Pogba has informed his landlord in Turin that he will be vacating the premises:

The previous world record transfer fee was set when Tottenham sold Gareth Bale to Real Madrid for €103million (£86m) in the summer of 2013.