Manchester United transfer round-up; Neville on Pogba, Stones linked, and more

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Borussia Dortmund's Jacob Bruun Larsen in action with Manchester United's Adnan JanuzajBorussia Dortmund's Jacob Bruun Larsen in action with Manchester United's Adnan Januzaj

It is well known that Manchester United are willing to allow Adnan Januzaj leave Old Trafford this summer.

Jose Mourinho has reportedly told him that he is not part of his plans for next season, and as a result he is seeking a permanent exit.

Sunderland and Roma have both been touted as potential destinations, and according to the Sun they will have to pay at least £10 million for him.

Everton's John StonesEverton's John Stones

Back to arrivals, and it appears that Mourinho is still planning on doing business before the end of the window.

It has been reported that he is targeting an experienced central defender to add to his back line, with several targets on the table.

They have looked at John Stones, according to ESPN, but he doesn't fit the profile at this moment in time. 

Everton's John StonesEverton's John Stones

Speaking of signings, and there’s not likely to be many bigger than Paul Pogba this summer.

His transfer saga continues to rumble on, although all indications are that he will be returning to Old Trafford at some stage.

Everyone has had their say on this reported £100 million asking price, and now Phil Neville has added his voice. He believes the French star is worth the extravagant sum.

“I think you are getting one of the best midfield players in the world,” he told Sky Sports when asked about the price.

"He will give the Man United midfield that power and that stature that I think they have missed for the last two or three seasons."

France's Paul PogbaFrance's Paul Pogba

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