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Paul Pogba transfer saga takes controversial twist with rumours over Premier League switch

Paul Pogba is reportedly open to moving to another Premier League club when his contract expires in 5 months.

The French midfielder, who will become a free agent in the summer, is believed to be undecided about his future.

We brought you reports on Tuesday that explained how Pogba is widely expected to link up with Zinedine Zidane at Paris Saint-Germain, at the end of the season, but apparently United’s domestic rivals are potentially in with a shout of stealing him.

According to The Telegraph, Pogba is prepared to wait until the end of the season to decide on his future, but he will consider all options in the meantime. That not only includes an Old Trafford stay, but also a move to another Premier League outfit.

It sounds like Pogba and his agent, Mino Raiola, is trying to gather as much interest as possible. If he decides to stay at United, it could strengthen his negotiation stance to a point he earns a better deal than what’s currently on the table.

I just hope Pogba can continue to focus on his football for the remainder of the season, so that United can finish what has been a terrible campaign with some dignity.

There won’t be much dignity left when we lose Pogba on a free for a second time though.

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4 responses to “Paul Pogba transfer saga takes controversial twist with rumours over Premier League switch”

  1. Colin Clarke says:

    It hard to see anyone but maybe Chelsea paying the wages he wants. Liverpool are haggling with Salah over wages, City I don’t think will tolerate him and his agent. Chelsea would be the most likely in the premier League but do they even need him?

    • Jimmy Williams says:

      Yea I don’t think City would care for PP like they did Tevez all those years ago and I agree, Chelsea are about the only ones left who could afford his salary. With his constant ups and downs in form in the Prem honestly, who in England would want him?

    • Good point, well made, and good question.

  2. Jason phipps says:

    I wouldn’t read to much into this. I think if he does go it will be PSG. I can see him staying if we finish in the top 4. Utd are at a cross roads. We have quality players and with the edition of a few more, and they have to be right player I think we will see a different season next year. It’s going to essential who takes over in the summer. I can see Paul staying and with Bruno and a proper CDM we will be better.