However, the report claims that Manchester United turned down the opportunity to sign the 27-year-old, with the forward's £900,000-a-week wages said to be 'too high, ' while executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is still keen to keep Pogba at the club.
But while criticising modern-day players for their use of social media, Neville acknowledged the current crop are more professional than ever on the field. I see the speculation on Sky Sports News and online and it looks like it could be moving all the time.
Manchester United have only signed Swansea City midfielder Daniel James in a £15m deal from the Championship side in the 2019 summer transfer window so far.
And Neville, who made over 600 appearances during his two decades at Old Trafford, believes a big part of his old club's ongoing problems is a lack of leadership.
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It certainly did in this case, as the Ubuntu developer has said that it's reverting its choice - at least for the time-being. But, it seems obvious right now that a lot more advanced planning is required.
"It's hard to do business, it's not easy". Everyone knows United want players and price tags will go up.
Zidane has already seen £344m worth of new players come through the door this summer.
"They're young, talented, you could bring them up together and even have a little change left over from Pogba - even if you signed all three".
Manchester United's reported pursuit of Mateo Mejía is causing a big fuss in Spain. They all want Harry Maguire, every single club wants him. We stopped, we didn't do it, and we won four out of our first five league titles purely based on fitness because the rest of the clubs were still drinking.
"Everyone should be available to be picked - hopefully they're fit when they come back - so the first team is going to be there".