Paris Saint-Germain are unlikely to sign Paul Pogba this summer following the arrival of Messi

PSG are looking unlikely to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba following the imminent arrival of Lionel Messi.

The French giant are understood to have agreed a two-year deal in principle to sign Lionel Messi after contract breakdown with Barca.

It is believed the six-time Ballon d’Or winner will pocket around €35 million after tax at the Parc des Princes.

Following an agreement with the Argentine, it is believed the 2019 Champions League finalist would no longer push for a move to sign Pogba.

PSG looking increasingly unlikely to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United this summer

Paul Pogba has been strongly linked with a move to France. He currently has one year left on his remaining deal at Old Trafford.

Man United have opened talks with the Frenchman’s representatives over a new deal, however, report claims the 28-year-old is weighing up his options.

The midfielder has a strong bond with United manager Solskjaer, with the latter disclosing he’s hopeful Pogba will commit his future to the club.

Pogba can sign a pre-contract with a foreign club in January but is relaxed about his situation and looking forward to the new season.

The 28-year-old rejoined the Red Devils in 2016 under then manager, Jose Mourinho from Italian giant Juventus.

During his second spell in England, the France international has won the League Cup, Community Shield and the 2017 Europa League trophy.

He has played over 130 games for United, scoring over 30 goals across all competitions

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