Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba reportedly rejecting a new offer from the club amid interest from PSG
Paul Pogba looks increasingly unlikely to sign a new contract extension at Manchester United following interest from French Ligue-1 giant Paris Saint-Germain.
This comes after report revealed talks between Pogba’s representative and United failed to yield a fruitful result, claiming a concrete offer has been rejected by the France midfielder.
The Frenchman is currently in the final year of his contract and United know that any failed attempt to tie him down or sell him could see the midfielder depart for free next summer.
With the 28-year-old looking unlikely to commit his future to the Red Devils, news from France suggest Paris Saint-Germain are very much interested in signing the United man.
However, there has not been any official bid from Paris Saint-Germain either has there been any talks between the French giant and Man United.
Pogba, who can sign a pre-contract agreement with a foreign club in January, wants to assess all his options before deciding on what is likely to be the last big contract of his career.
With Pogba unwilling to sign a new United contract, the Red Devils have identified Rennes’ Eduardo Camavinga and Bayern Munich’s Leon Goretzka as possible alternatives should the France International leave.
Manchester United are looking to boast it ahead of the upcoming season, and have already secured Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho with a move for Raphel Verane also likely to happen after agreeing a deal with the defender.