Paul Pogba is yet to hand over his future to Manchester United beyond 2022, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side in danger of losing him through a free transfer agent next year.
Lionel Messi’s arrival at PSG is thought to have made it difficult to move Paul Pogba this summer, with Manchester United reportedly hoping to sign the midfielder into a new contract this summer.
According to The Independent, Paul Pogba is set to relocate in the summer of 2022, with PSG willing to pay him more than $ 500k a week as they seek to curb Real Madrid and Barcelona also interest.
The report also says Pogba would like to complete the move to one of La Liga’s top clubs, but PSG’s financial strength compared to Barcelona and Real Madrid’s well-documented economic woes put the French side in jeopardy.
Paul Pogba assisted 4 of Manchester United’s 5 goals in their 5-1 win over Leeds United at the weekend, and he has scored 38 goals in 207 games for Man United since joining in 2016.