Manchester United and Juventus have agreed a world-record €110 million for Paul Pogba, according to multiple reports in Italy and England.
It is understood that the Red Devils met with the Serie A champions on Wednesday, with a view to sorting out a transfer for the France midfielder.
Both clubs have now reportedly settled on fee of €110m for Pogba, which breaks the previous record set, when Real Madrid paid €100m for Gareth Bale in 2013.
Pogba, who is currently on vacation in USA, is expected to sign a five-year deal worth €13m a season.
If the move is finalized, Pogba will be returning to Old Trafford, four years after he left on a free to join the Italian side.