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PSG Ready To Pay £51m For Man United Star Paul Pogba (Details)

Paris Saint-Germain are ready to pay £51m to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this summer, MySportDab reports.

Paul Pogba is the next player on Paris Saint-Germain’s transfer list after bringing in some top names.

PSG are confident that Pogba would be open to moving to Paris this summer.

Pogba has been regularly linked with a transfer away from Manchester United, after his refusal to sign a new contract.

His second spell at Old Trafford has not gone as well as the fans would have expected after his return from Juventus.

Now, According to French Newspaper L’Equipe, PSG have no problem paying £51m to sign Pogba from Manchester United.

PSG, and Mauricio Pochettino have no problem with spending more in a bid to win the Champions League.

Over the last few weeks, PSG have already signed Georginio Wijnaldum, Achraf Hakimi, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and Sergio Ramos.

Now, PSG have turned their attention to Pogba and are hopeful he would leave Manchester United.

MySportDab understands that Manchester United might want around £80m-£90m for Pogba to leave.

However, Manchester United are in a tight spot and face the possibility of losing Paul Pogba for free next summer if they don’t sell now.

Pogba is already ‘seduced by the idea of playing in his home country with the possibility of winning the Champions League next season.

One month ago, Pogba said that he had ‘not received any new offers for a contract or to join another club during the Euro 2020 tournament.

With Pochettino as manager, PSG are confident they can achieve their aim of winning the Champions League.

Last season, PSG crashed out in the Champions League Semi-final and also failed to win the French Ligue 1 title.

With millions spent so far this summer, only winning the league and Champions League will be enough for PSG next season.

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