This summer, Paris Saint-Germain is very ambitious for its transfer window. For the moment, the capital club have hit hard by offering the services of Georginio Wiujnaldum, Achraf Hakimi, Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma. But it’s not finished. We revealed it to you exclusively, PSG is pushing hard to add Paul Pogba (28) to his XXL transfer window.
The international tricolor (84 caps, 11 goals) is open to a departure from Manchester United and says he is tempted by the Parisian challenge. In addition, the Rouge-et-Bleu are banking on the excellent relationship between Leonardo and the agent of the Pickaxe, Mino Raiola. The two men are already working together a lot, both in terms of arrivals (Donnarumma) and departures (Areola, Bakker).
MU will have to decide
Totally seduced by the profile of the 2018 world champion, PSG would have even approached the demands of the Pogba clan. But to buy the old Le Havre, you will have to pay nearly 60 M € and, above all, sell to have the necessary liquidity. Because in addition to the transfer price, it should be remembered that the Frenchman receives nearly € 18 million per season at Old Trafford. Imagine the leap that the player’s salary would make in Paris.
For his part, MU is in a delicate situation. The Red Devils certainly want to extend their player’s contract (which runs until 2022), but the Daily Mail evokes this morning an important ” dilemma “ for the English club. Should we sell Pogba one year from the end of his contract? Faced with the elusive Raiola and his radical decisions, the question deserves to be asked.
The Donnarumma case, managed by Raiola, is a perfect example. The forcing and offensive statements against MU of the famous agent when the latter was pushing for a departure from Real Madrid are another. Should the club therefore take advantage of PSG’s buying fever to reinvest the money raised? The tabloid indicates that it might not be far-fetched to use this financial windfall to attract players such as Eduardo Camavinga or Saul Ñiguez. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer considers Pogba an essential part of his team to lift trophies.