Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, whose contract ends in June 2022, is the priority target for Paris Saint-Germain.
For the rest of the summer transfer window, the capital club will look to offload players to help fund a proposal for the France international. Pogba has rejected contract extensions from the Premier League club, but The Red Devils remain optimistic about securing a deal with Pogba.
Sky Sports football journalist Dharmesh Sheth reports that Pogba is joining Manchester United teammates to prepare for the coming season.
The midfielder’s decision on whether he wants to remain or depart will not be motivated by money but by the potential to win. Discussions between Pogba and the English club over an extension will continue.
PSG remains patient on this front; they have reportedly talked with Pogba’s representatives but have yet to make an official offer. Les Parisiens are confident that a sum of €50-million and €60-million.
However, a recent report suggests that Manchester United wants between €75-million and €100-million for Pogba. There are only a few weeks left until the summer window closes, so it will be interesting to see what occurs.