PSG, Real Madrid still contemplating bid for Man United’s midfielder
Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid apparently remain as a potential target for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Since last June, Pogba has been vigorously connected with a move away from Old Trafford, prompting hypothesis about a move to Real Madrid or Juventus.
The last mentioned, Pogba’s previous club, are presently viewed as the top picks to re-sign the World Cup champ, giving that they can incorporate one player in part exchange deal.
In any case, Le 10 Sport recommends that PSG and Real Madrid could in any case choose to enter the race for the playmaker over the coming months.
The report asserts that, the way things are, the two clubs have different needs ahead of the next exchange window, especially on account of PSG who are eager to agree new contracts with Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.
Los Blancos are just liable to return the race for Pogba if president Florentino Perez changes his position on the France International.
Manchester would only let Paul Pogba leave if they could sign Milan Skriniar from Inter Milan as replacement and Real Madrid won’t be paying £290,000 weekly wages.