Paris Saint-Germain wants to take the final step to sign Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.
The French is expected to leave Old Trafford this summer, which is a proposal to move to Juventus for cars according to Alfredo Pedulli.
— Alfredo Pedullà (@AlfredoPedulla) May 19, 2022
Now James Ducker (The Telegraph) is reporting that PSG has entered the Pogba signing race, and the French left for free after his Man Utd deal expired this summer.
Juventus have offered Pogba a three-year deal worth around £ 10m per season.
After successfully holding Kylian Mbappe for the next three years, the giants of Ligue One are gearing up to step up their midfield by adding Pogba to their ranks.
Real Madrid is another club to watch out for as they could jump into the 29-year-old.
After passing Mbappe, Los Blancos will desperately need a tent signing and Pogba may just be the one.
From Man Utd’s point of view, this is the perfect time to part with a player.
Offering unnecessary money shouldn’t be on the cards, especially when you don’t want to stay.
The club is looking for possible replacements.
United over the past week have been linked with FC Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong.
This story mentions Barcelona’s financial crisis and how they might want to sell their assets to get money back to build a warehouse.
FC Barcelona’s Frenkie De Jong represents a different option to those at United.
He’s different from Pogba, but he can change the way United play football.