PSG willing to offer Paul Pogba huge contract with €600k p/w earnings

Speculation linking Paul Pogba with a move to Paris Saint-Germain is not going away.

Many thought the arrival of Lionel Messi would strike an end to the constant rumours which have bubbled on through the summer, but the Independent (£) claims PSG are willing to pay Pogba €600,000 a week (£510,000) for the start of the 2022/23 season.

At that stage, the French midfielder will be able to return to his homeland for free because his Manchester United contract expires in 11-months.

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That is savage money and PSG will feel it’s warranted because they won’t need to pay a transfer fee on top of it, and we’ve always had a feeling that is what Mino Raiola has been teeing up for.

It would be a huge slap in the face for the club, if Pogba runs down his contract and leaves on a Bosman, but it seems like the club are willing to take the risk.

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