After his brilliant performance during the Euros for France, this summer will be interesting for Paul Pogba at Manchester United.
Paul Pogba delivered one of the best performances at the European Championship, good enough for United to either sell him or offer him a new contract. The France international is in a similar situation that many players in Europe are right now. His current contract ends on June, 2022. If the Red Devils don’t sell him right now to the highest bidder, they will have to let him leave for free. As of right now, Paul Pogba’s future is truly in the air.
There are a number of great football clubs that are currently interested in signing the France international right now. We will try to do our best account of the most realistic options he has to continue his career elsewhere. There are at least three clubs throughout Europe that can definitely pay what he is worth this summer but only a couple of them that would make it happen. One thing is for certain about Paul: he needs to make a decision about his future within the next month or so.
PSG and Juventus lead the charge for Pogba.
According to Sky Sports, PSG are the club with the highest level of interest in signing Paul Pogba this summer. The issue here is that they need to offload some other players in order to get the proper finance for the operation. If Kylian Mbappe leaves the club this summer, signing Pogba will be easier for the French giants. However, they have Juventus to compete against for the Man United player’s signature.
As one of the Old Lady’s top players of the last decade, they keep fond memories of Pogba and they long for a reunion in the future. But the Italian giants aren’t ready to undertake the star’s elevated wage, unless they make a trade for one of their stars. Last but not least, there is Real Madrid. Los Blancos would love having a player like Pogba to continue their midfield quality with veterans like Kroos or Modric in the twilight of their careers. Which of these clubs suits Pogba better?