Manchester United are reportedly happy to reach a compromise with any clubs interested in signing Paul Pogba.
Despite the midfielder revealing in June that he wanted to leave Old Trafford, United have not been prepared to entertain a sale unless they receive well in excess of £100m.
However, according to The Guardian, the Premier League giants are now open to parting ways with the 26-year-old for £83m.
While the valuation is a considerable drop on Pogba's previous asking price, it arguably reflects his lack of game time during the current campaign due to an ankle injury.
Pogba effectively has just under two-and-a-half years remaining on his contract.