Paul Pogba is one of the most discussed names in the ongoing transfer market. He has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United for quite a while now.
It was also rumoured that Manchester United and Paul Pogba had agreed personal terms and the Frenchman was all set for his medical in Miami, where Pogba has been holidaying after his exertions with France at Euro 2016.
But, according to a report in Spanish newspaper AS, Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has apparently "cancelled" the medical.
The medical was set to take place in the Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, but now it will reportedly only happen if an agent fee issue is resolved. Raiola is set to earn 20% of the transfer fee. Juventus have asked Manchester United to pay the fee, which could go up to Â£20million, but Manchester United have, so far, not agreed to pay the entire amount.
Raiola tweeted last week, insisting that a deal for Pogba to move from Juventus to Manchester United is not completed.
Raiola was recently pictured with Pogba in Miami and one of the midfielder's posts on instagram was pretty cryptic.
Pogba's move to Manchester United opened up after Juventus spent Â£75m on Gonzalo Higuain from Napoli.
Manchester United are expected to shell out a staggering Â£100m for the talented midfielder. It remains to be seen if Jose Mourinho and United excecutive vice-chairman Ed Woodward pull this transfer off, and add Pogba to the three signings they have already made in Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan.