And according to Mundo Deportivo, the 25-year old has been offered to Spanish giants Barcelona by his agent Mino Raiola.
Pogba has had his fair share of troubles with Mourinho after moving to Old Trafford in 2016 for a £89.3 million transfer fee.
Raiola has apparently informed Barca that the World Cup winner isn’t a happy figure at United and while a transfer remains highly unlikely, the Catalans will have to pay at the very least the amount the Red Devils paid to whisk him away from Juventus.
The summer transfer window for all international deals is well and truly open.
With the transfer rumours growing in pace and volume during this ‘silly season’, it can be difficult and painstaking to separate the stories of some legitimacy from the rest of the noise.
Fortunately, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to do it for you.
Below, you’ll find some of the latest transfer news churned out of the Rumour Mill broken down and analysed for your benefit along with our calculated predictions.
Why it will happen: The Old Lady are looking to trim their wage bill following Cristiano Ronaldo‘s arrival in Turin while they also want to make more room for the Real Madrid icon in attack. As such, the Croatian is expected to be one of the fall guys.
Why it won’t happen: The 32-year-old is still near the top of his game and may sit tight on his exciting deal with Juventus, which runs until 2020.
Prediction: It is set to be an interesting couple of weeks for the World Cup star and a switch to Borussia Dortmund would represent an opportunity for him to become a cult hero in the coming years at the Westfalenstadion.
Rating – 8/10
Why it will happen: Having enjoyed a strong World Cup with his nation, the dynamic midfielder would be a good fit for the fast-paced style of the Premier League and be a welcome addition to Marco Silva’s Toffees squad.
Why it won’t happen: Barrios’ current club, Argentine giants Boca Juniors, will not part company with their man easily and will fight to retain his services.
Prediction: Barrios is reportedly keen on a Premier League switch but may wait to see if further interest develops with Chelsea and Tottenham, rather than Everton, given they can offer European football (Champions League and Europa League), as well as greater financial terms.
Rating – 7/10
Why it will happen: Liverpool are desperate to bring in a new man between the sticks given Loris Karius’ recent error-prone displays, with the Dutch international capable of filling that void given his experience.
Why it won’t happen: Despite being a back-up to first-choice Marc-Andre ter Stegen in Catalonia, the 29-year-old is said to be happy at Camp Nou and is on favourable contractual terms.
Prediction: The chance to join a club of Liverpool’s stature and test himself in the Premier League should certainly turn the former Ajax star’s head. It just remains to be seen whether all of the parties involved can come to a suitable arrangement.
Rating – 7/10
The summer transfer window is open and across the globe there is a frenzy of speculation as players and coaches look for their next moves.
There is plenty of activity and stories that have football fans talking.
Here, we look at the latest transfer deals that could happen very soon.
The Blues, under new boss Maurizio Sarri, are set for a busy few weeks in the transfer market ahead of the new Premier League campaign and want to bring Serbia World Cup‘s midfielder to Stamford Bridge.
However, the dynamic midfield man is not available on the cheap as Lazio have set his price tag at around £88 million (Dh427m).
Bolasie, 29, has endured an injury-hit stint with the Toffees since his £25 million (Dh121m) switch from Crystal Palace in August 2016.
Everton boss Marco Silva is thought to have given the winger the green light to leave Goodison Park on a temporary basis to play regular football next season.
That does not necessarily mean that the DR Congo international’s career with the Merseysiders is over but it looks unlikely that he features in the club’s long-term plans.