Paul Pogba’s time at Manchester United is set to come to an end when his contract expires at the end of this season.
The France international arrived at Old Trafford in a £93million deal in August 2016, which at the time broke the record for most expensive transfer in the history of world football.
But after six seasons, Pogba appears destined for pastures new, and a giant from Ligue 1 is looking to win the race to his signature.
TOP STORY – PSG MAKE POGBA A PRIORITY
Paris Saint-Germain are looking to bring Pogba home to France, and are making him a “priority signing”, according to Footmercato.
With the football world anticipating the exit of Kylian Mbappe from the French giants, there will be money to spend, and with Pogba available on a free transfer, his personal terms are reportedly “not so high”.
In an injury-interrupted campaign, Pogba has played 18 Premier League matches this season, scoring one goal and providing nine assists.
– Arsenal are targeting Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves, according to Sky Sports.
– El Confidencial is reporting Manchester City are ready to trigger the €60m release clause for Real Sociedad midfielder Mikel Merino.
– According to Goal, Pep Guardiola is interested in bringing River Plate midfielder Enzo Fernandez to Manchester City after signing team-mate Julian Alvarez in January.
– Calciomercato is reporting that Juventus are entering the race for Ajax’s Brazilian winger Antony, who also has interest from Bayern Munich and Manchester United.
– Tottenham want to convert Dejan Kulusevski‘s loan deal into a permanent signing, in a move that will likely cost €35m, per Calciomercato.
– NBA chairman Larry Tanenbaum and Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin have joined a consortium with Boston Celtics co-owner Stephen Pagliuca in a bid to buy Chelsea, according to The Daily Mirror.