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Real Madrid To RIVAL PSG For Paul Pogba Transfer! (DETAILS)

Real Madrid are still strongly interested in signing Paul Pogba who is also being offered a deal by Paris Saint Germain ahead of next summer, MySportDab reports.

Both clubs will be going head to head for the Manchester United midfielder if he falls into free agent next summer window.

Paul Pogba will be dragged by both Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain if he fails to sign a contract extension with Manchester United before end of the season.

Los Blanco are already planning a huge raid ahead of the next summer transfer window which will be seeing them making shocking moves.

Kylian Mbappe is also one of their key target who almost joined this summer in the deadline day of transfer after requesting to leave the club.

Real Madrid bid twice but Paris Saint Germain turned them down as they weren’t okay with the amount being brought to them for the World Cup winner.

The player is yet to sign an extension which might see him fall into free agent next summer just like the Manchester United midfielder.

Paul Pogba remains on Real Madrid’s recruitment radar, according to reports coming through from Marca.

The Blancos are keen on making Kylian Mbappe and/or Erling Haaland marquee additions at Santiago Bernabeu next summer.

Although, a Manchester United midfielder that will hit free agency next summer is also of interest to the club.

The Spanish Champions will be hoping to start their rebuilding process next summer after bringing in just David Alaba who joined as a free agent while Sergio Ramos left to PSG.

Paul Pogba

They barely made any new signings this summer which could see them splash the cash when the window opens in 2022 as Paul Pogba is inline for a move there.

Kylian Mbappe and also Erling Haaland could be also added to the team with the Frenchman as free agent while the Norwegian close to €75 million with no release clause.

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