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They seek to break the passing market: PSG is interested in a Manchester United star

By Alexis Almosnino

They seek to break the passing market: PSG is interested in a Manchester United star

Paris Saint-Germain is looking to sign the French midfielder, Paul Pogba. According to ‘RMC Sports’, the Parisian cast has already contacted their representative Mino Raiola.

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In the middle of Euro 2021, European clubs are aware of the performance of different players in the competition. One of them is Paul Pogba, who despite being eliminated with the French National Team, is of interest to Paris Saint-Germain, a team that seeks to strike again in the passing market.

The Parisian cast seeks to be the best team in the world and we are very clear that the French team cares little about the salary limit, which after signing one set of stars seeks to launch for another. The Manchester United midfielder is the new target of Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, president of the French team, as explained by the media ‘RMC Sport’ this morning.

Pogba is liked by Leonardo, sports director, and strategist Mauricio Pochettino, who will take advantage of any opportunity that opens up to have the services of the footballer of the French National Team. However, the player's bond with those of Old Trafford culminates in the year 2022, and because he has not yet reached an agreement for the renewal of his contract, everything indicates that the English cast raises the departure of his midfielder in the next season.

Following the information obtained by the media, it is said that Paris Saint-Germain would have already contacted the French environment, including his representative, Mino Raiola, to expedite the transfer and have him in this same summer.

Of course, the main objective of the French team is to convince Kylian Mbappé to stay for many more years at the club. After the signing of Wijnaldum, the next to join the squad will be Donnarumma, Sergio Ramos and Achraf, elements with which they will seek to conquer the long-awaited Champions League.


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