The saga surrounding Paris Saint-Germain’s interest in Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba continues.
The 28-year-old reportedly rejected a contract extension from The Red Devils, who now need to decide whether they want to sell or lose him on a free transfer.
According to The Telegraph (via Canal Supporters), Manchester United appears to be willing to sell both Pogba and Jesse Lingard to help fund further lavish spending that includes their purchases of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
The English media outlet adds that the Premier League side hopes to recoup a transfer fee of €50-million. Manchester United has been linked to players such as Stade Rennais’ Eduardo Camavinga to replace Pogba.
It appears though The Red Devils have realized that it’s best to sell Pogba rather than losing him for free. The capital club has yet to make an official offer.
However, it could be a matter of time when they do. PSG’s priority at the moment is to offload some players before making an official bid.