Paris Saint-Germain is taking the patient route when it comes to their pursuit of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. The capital club wants to land the 28-year-old, who has one more year left on his contract, but this pursuit could have a hurdle.
The Telegraph reports that a transfer to the Ligue 1 giants is still possible, but it is not imminent. The English media out adds that a deal that would result in Pogba heading home would benefit all parties involved.
Pogba reportedly has rejected a contract extension from Manchester United, but the Premier League club remains hopeful that they’ll extend their midfielder. Nonetheless, they’ll run the risk of losing him on a free transfer next summer.
For PSG’s part, they’re looking to offload players that will allow them to balance their wage bill and allocate funds for a proposal for Pogba. A recent reported that The Red Devils want between €75-million and €100-million, although Les Parisiens believe they can remain patient and lower the price.