Paris Saint-Germain have now shown a serious interest in signing midfielder Paul Pogba from Manchester United, MySportDab reports.
United will demand £75m for Paul Pogba this summer after the end of the season.
Juventus and Real Madrid have previously shown interest in Pogba, but PSG have now joined the race.
New PSG Coach Mauricio Pochettino wants to sign the 27-year-old as the first player he brings to the club in France.
United extended Pogba’s contract earlier this season to avoid him leaving the club for free.
However, the World Cup winner will still leave Manchester United at some point.
According to The Mirror, United will demand a fee of £75m + addons for their most important midfielder.
That is a £14m loss compared to the £89m they paid to Juventus for the midfielder back in 2016.
PSG Coach Pochettino believes Pogba is the perfect player to improve his PSG team in their plans to win the Champions League.
Now, PSG are now determined to win the race for Pogba’s signature ahead of Real Madrid and Juventus this summer.
Over the last two years, Real Madrid have failed to pay United’s asking price of £100m for Pogba.
But the Red Devils are ready to reduce their asking price to avoid losing him for free.
However, Pogba’s teammate Bruno Fernandes has spoken about him leaving the club.
“My relationship with Paul is great,” he said.
“We both speak Italian, I knew him from Italy and he knows me very well. He is easy to work with.
“When I first arrived here, he was still injured. I saw his recovery and training alone away from us.
“Paul shows his confidence and he’s always trying to become better and better.”
Pogba has scored only one Premier League goal so far this season.