Paul Pogba reveals he’s open to joining Paris Saint-Germain

Paul-Pogba

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has revealed he could join Paris Saint-Germain in the future, admitting he would like to play with international teammates.

Pogba’s contract expires in just three months, but although his time at Old Trafford is reduced, the French midfielder is still considering all the options available to him before deciding on his next move.

The 29-year-old could still be at Man Utd once it is clear who will be next, but alongside Real Madrid and former club Juventus, PSG is a potential replacement for his hometown.

Asked about the possibility of joining the Ligue 1 giants while on international duty with France, Pogba admitted he could be open to that.

“Why not?” told Le Figaro. “It’s always fun to play with your teammates on the national team and at the club.”

In other quotes from the Paris magazine earlier this week, Pogba has given a clear signal that he is unhappy at United and could look for new pastures if his current term expires in June.

“[Didier Deschamps] has given me a role that I know of [France], but, at Manchester United, do I really have a role? I ask a question and I do not have the answer, ”he said.

“I have a lot of playing time with [France], the system is different than the team level. In fact, it’s easier, with Les Bleus, I play, and moreover, in my place. I know my role, I feel confident. For the coach and the players.”

Regarding the team’s lack of trophies, he added: “I have to be honest, I’m not happy about that – for the past five seasons, but it really isn’t. This year is dead, we will never win anything again.

“Whether I’m in Manchester or another club, I want to win trophies.”

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