Paul Pogba's agent, Mina Raiola, has reportedly told Barcelona that his client wants to leave Manchester United.
Pogba has played well at the World Cup, being a key part of France's run to the final and even attracting praise from long-term detractors such as Graeme Souness.
According to Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo, Raiola told Barca that the 25-year-old is unhappy playing under Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.
Pogba is apparently worried that a return to the Premier League this coming season, to again play under Mourinho, would see a downturn in the form he has shown at the World Cup.
The paper's front page links three French internationals with Barcelona - Pogba, PSG's Adrien Rabiot and Steven N'Zonzi. Pogba's contract with Man Utd runs until 2021.
Pogba rejoined Man Utd two years ago from Juventus for a £89 million fee. The size of that fee has been used by his critics as a stick with which to beat him since.
It's also mentioned in the report that Pogba was a target for Barca during the summer of 2015.