Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United at the end of this 2021-22 season and would already be in talks with PSG to arrive from July 2022 for free, that is, without paying a transfer. The Frenchman has been dragging the English club for a long time and his agent avoids the issue of a possible renewal despite the Red Devils' offers.
"In Paris the idea is being handled that Pogba is interested in returning to France and finishing exploiting his sporting skills together with many of his teammates and a team of stars," the Catalan morning reporter details. But PSG is not the only candidate, since Juventus, the club where it has only triumphed so far, is also a strong name.
Notably, United has made efforts to retain him and offered to earn up to 470,000 euros a week on a potential new contract. "It's too early to talk about Paul's contract. Let's see what happens. I can't help anyone dreaming about him" said Mino Raiola, his agent, weeks ago adding that "December is the month of dreams ... and I can't stop dreams, but it is better not to talk about Paul "for a possible return to Juventus.
How much did Manchester United pay for his pass?
Paul Pogba signed for Manchester United in 2017 in a € 120 million comeback from Juventus, the most expensive signing at the time in the Premier League. However, he never fit in with the team and especially in the taste of the fans.