Manchester United have reportedly made it clear to interested parties that they will not sanction the sale of Paul Pogba unless a bid of £150m arrives for the France international.
The 2018 World Cup winner was strongly linked with both Real Madrid and Juventus over the summer but neither club could come to an agreement with United over a transfer fee.
Pogba started the 2019-20 campaign in the team before picking up an ankle problem, but the midfielder has recently made his return, featuring in two of his side's last three Premier League matches.
According to Sky Sports News, despite Pogba seemingly being determined to leave, the Red Devils are not prepared to entertain offers of under £150m as they hold their nerve in the transfer market.
Pogba was expected to feature against Arsenal on New Year's Day having missed Saturday's clash with Burnley through fatigue, but the midfielder did not travel with the rest of his teammates down to London on Tuesday.