Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could cost clubs in excess of €200 million to sign in the upcoming Summer transfer window according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.

The report explains that when Manchester United’s demands plus the World Cup winning’s Frenchman’s wages are added on top clubs will have to pay around €220 million to land him – an exorbitant figure, especially during these troubling times, even for the big clubs.

The 27-year-old has drawn links to Inter, Juventus and Real Madrid in the media as of late and the report goes on to explain that Pogba’s salary is a big obstacle for Inter getting a move done.

Inter are in the process of gradually growing their wage bill and are therefore unable to exceed the current highest salary paid to players of €7.5 million, which both Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen receieve.

Pogba has barely played this season as a result of a serious injury with him having made just eight appearances across all competitions, in which he has tallied two assists.