Man Utd and Juventus find agreement over Raiola's Pogba fee

Manchester United and Juventus have held a positive round of talks over Paul Pogba’s transfer.

Sky Italia says United will pay a world record fee of €110 million plus bonuses, with a formal agreement set to be struck within the next 48 hours.

It had been speculated that the deal was being held up by the fact neither club wanted to pay a reported €20m to super-agent Mino Raiola for his role in brokering the transfer.

However, the report claims that this issue has now been resolved, with United set to pay the fee in full.

As such, it appears the 23-year-old is set to rejoin United after four years and four Serie A titles in Turin, with Juve instantly recouping the €90m they spent on Gonzalo Higuain, plus more besides.

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