Paul Pogba has been tipped to move out of Manchester United at the end of the 2019-20 season and now PSG are one other club who said to be interested in signing him.
Up until now, Real Madrid and Juventus were the two big clubs who were keen to land the midfielder in the summer but as per ESPN, a move to the Ligue 1 giants is being considered by Pogba’s think tank.
The report claims: “In addition to Juventus and Real Madrid, PSG could clearly be an option for Paul Pogba this summer, and the Manchester United midfielder would not be opposed to this destination.
“Since last summer, the very uncertain future of Paul Pogba on the side of Manchester United has been in the news. Zinedine Zidane, who has dreamed of bringing Paul Pogba to Real Madrid for several years, recently spoke with Mino Raiola about this.
“And even if Pogba also dreams of Real Madrid, he does not rule out no plus the idea of a return to Juventus or a transfer to PSG.”
Will Paul Pogba choose a move to PSG?
PSG do have the money to spare on a player like Paul Pogba but we do not think the midfielder will be too eager to play in France, especially when the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus hold a substantial interest in him.
Juventus are currently said to be the favourites to sign the World Cup winner in the summer while some rumours claim the player is also eager to work under Zinedine Zidane at the Bernabeu.
And amidst these two lucrative options, PSG really do not stand much of a chance in signing Paul Pogba.
But the midfielder is clearly not ruling out a move to the Ligue 1 next season since he’s well aware that Man United will be quoting a massive transfer fee which in turn could force both Madrid and Juventus to back out.
PSG, on the other hand, will not be too concerned about the price tag thanks to their middle-eastern backing.
Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has time and again made it clear that he wants Paul Pogba to remain at the club beyond the summer but we have a feeling if the club is offered a magnanimous transfer fee, they will let the midfielder head out.