Inter Milan Ready To Battle Juventus And Real Madrid For Man Utd Star Paul Pogba

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Inter Milan are ready to battle Real Madrid and Juventus in the race to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this summer, MySportDab reports.

Pogba has struggled at Old Trafford since his return in 2016 from Juventus and has been linked with Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and also the Old Lady.

But According to Italian Newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter Milan are willing to submit a bid for Pogba at the end of the season.

United are hoping to get back the £89m they paid Juventus for the France international and it appears Inter could offer a shocking package.


While, Juventus are ready to offer Manchester United swap deals which involve deals Miralem Pjanic, Adrian Rabiot and Douglas Costa.

However, MySportDab understands Inter could tempt United with a cash offer straight up.

Inter are hoping to raise over £90million this summer from sales of players such as Ivan Perisic and Mauro Icardi to Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain respectively.

Icardi and Perisic are currently out on loan and the Italian club is hoping their European contenders would buy at the end of the season.

United still have the option to extend Pogba’s contract until 2022 and his injury problems this season has made things more difficult.

Pogba has played just eight games this season and not been on the pitch since Boxing Day after ankle problems.

A return to Italy could be good for Pogba, who is still in contact with former Juventus team-mates like Paulo Dybala and co.

But it was Inter Milan Coach Antonio Conte who managed him during his time at Juventus and the temptation to work under the Italian at Inter could be an attractive option.

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