Paul Pogba is reportedly unlikely to leave Manchester United this summer despite the Frenchman's desire to seek pastures new ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
Pogba is currently with the United squad in Australia and was a half-time substitute in their 2-0 win over Perth Glory at the weekend.
However, according to The Guardian, United are yet to receive any bids for the France international, who has seemingly been priced out of a move to Real Madrid.
Indeed, the report claims that Madrid - already big spenders ahead of the new campaign - are only prepared to pay £120m for Pogba this summer, which is some £50m short of United's valuation.
Juventus have also been credited with an interest in their former midfielder, who scored 16 times and registered 11 assists in 47 appearances for the Red Devils last term.
Romelu Lukaku, meanwhile, could also be priced out of a move away from Manchester this summer, with Inter Milan reportedly struggling to match United's £75m valuation.