Paul Pogba has been ‘offered’ to Paris Saint-Germain and three other clubs as Manchester United consider the future of their most expensive player.
United were said to be open to selling Pogba at the turn of the year, with the midfielder’s relationship with manager Jose Mourinho reportedly deteriorating.
Pogba was dropped for a number of games in January and February, with Scott McTominay taking his place in a Premier League game against Huddersfield and the Champions League last-16 second leg against Sevilla.
He has recently enjoyed an upturn in form, scoring twice in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City and helping orchestrate wins over Arsenal and Bournemouth.
But Duncan Castles of the Daily Record suggests that Pogba could still be sold this summer.
It is claimed that agent Mino Raiola has ‘offered’ PSG the chance of signing his client, and that the Parisiens are ‘exploring the feasibility of a deal’.
PSG are ‘interested’ in signing the midfielder, but are aware of any potential financial restrictions. They already own the two most expensive players ever in Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, and would likely have to spend a similar figure to prise Pogba from Old Trafford.
As a result, Raiola ‘has been in contact with a group of clubs’ who could not only afford the player, but also accommodate him into their side.
Real Madrid and Manchester City have also been ‘offered’ Pogba, while former club Juventus ‘have been canvassed’ over the likelihood of re-signing him.
Castles adds that, rather unsurprisingly, it is PSG who have ‘proved most receptive to Raiola’s overtures’.