Paris Saint-Germain could be on the verge of adding a midfielder that’s on par with the level of Marco Verratti. According to The Times, the capital club appears to be the destination for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
The English media outlet adds that Pogba has given no indication that he would like to stay at Old Trafford when his contract expires in June. Over the summer, Les Parisiens were linked to the midfielder, but no move occurred as The Red Devils had hope of extending him.
Nonetheless, six months away from him leaving on a free transfer, it seems as though Manchester United seems prepared to lose Pogba. Furthermore, should former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane take over the managerial position, it might help lure the 28-year-old to his hometown.
A departure of Pogba could also mean a restart for the Premier League club to push a restart and begin a new project under current PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino, who is rumored to have an agreement to become their new boss for next season.