Paris Saint Germain is Leading in a Chase on Paul Pogba

According to a source, Paris Saint-Germain has taken the lead in the competition to sign midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United. Given that the 28-year-contract old’s at Old Trafford is set to end in June, there has been much conjecture over the past 12 months over the French World Cup winner’s future.

To avoid a potential free transfer in the summer, Pogba is free to speak with and sign a pre-contract agreement with European teams. Transfers to Real Madrid or Barcelona have also been mentioned as potential destinations, but according to, PSG is now leading the hunt.

According to the source, Juventus has conceded defeat in pursuing their former midfielder because Pogba and his agent Mino Raiola have made financial demands that PSG is ready to satisfy, giving them the chance to sign him.

Benedito told the Spanish press, “Our people had a meeting with Pogba’s entourage, and it was made clear that he has an offer of 12 million euros per season from PSG and does not want to turn it down.” “And Juventus will not accept less than 80 million euros to sell him. “It’s not a question of Pogba yes or Pogba no, but I don’t discount it either (his signing).

There are other significant players out there, given those high standards. Sky Sports News reported that his representatives were still working to finalize the center-back’s terms with the Premier League team when he returned to training in Spain. Although these discussions are still in progress, it is thought that many of the specifics of his proposed contract have been agreed upon.

Real Madrid and United have not yet agreed on a price, but there is growing optimism that a deal may be reached. The 28-year-old wants to join the Premier League runners-up from the previous season.

It is believed that United would be able to swiftly negotiate a fee and get Varane into their roster if a definitive agreement has been struck. A brand-new podcast called Football’s Cult Heroes tells the tales of the players who carried their teams on their backs on and off the field.

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Pogba has just made a full recovery from a persistent injury for United, and in his past three games, he has contributed an assist and a goal.

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