Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is prepared to let Paul Pogba join Real Madrid this summer in a £120million move, the UK Sun reports.
Pogba was seen as key to Solskjaer's rebuilding project at Old Trafford, when he took over last December.
The France midfielder was keen on joining Barcelona last summer and, despite a mid-season upturn in performances, he remains keen on leaving the club and is said to have informed Solskjaer of his desire to join Real Madrid.
United's executive vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, believes losing Pogba to the Spanish giants would be a major blow to United's image and reputation across the world.
However, Solskjaer feels he can't afford to carry passengers, as he looks to rebuild the club and is willing to let Pogba leave.
The Norwegian coach knows the pressure will be on during his first full season in charge and he wants players that he can rely on and that are fully focused on his project.