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Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Leonardo is already working on a deal to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United, according to a report.
Reports from last weekend claimed that new PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino has made the midfielder his main target for next summer’s transfer window.
The Daily Star Sunday said Pochettino sees Pogba as the “perfect” player to rebuild his team.
What’s more, the Frenchman is reportedly ‘desperate’ to leave Old Trafford and seek a new challenge.
As such, Todofichajes claims PSG boss Leonardo has started outlining a package for Pogba’s transfer to France.
France international he would become one of the highest paid players in the world on a lucrative salary.
In addition, he would replace Kylian Mbappé as the icon of the French champion who represents his country at the Parc des Princes.
That’s a role PSG expects to be vacated at the end of the season, with Mbappé linked to a Real Madrid signing. In fact, the 22-year-old’s contract expires in 2022 and he has not yet made significant steps toward an extension.
Pogba, for his part, has recently shown flashes of his best form after a difficult past 12 months.
The 27-year-old admitted in November that going through one of the most difficult periods of his career. After sustaining two foot injuries last season, he contracted coronavirus in August.
However, following his West Ham goal that inspired United to come back in December, he scored Wednesday’s goal as the Red Devils rose to the top of the Premier League table.
United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said after the match that his team is now seeing the “best” of Pogba.
Pogba joins Man Utd’s belief
United’s rise to the top of the table came at an opportune moment, before Sunday’s delightful clash with Liverpool.
In fact, the Red Devils can move six points away from the reigning champions with the victory at Anfield.
Former United winger Gary Neville has spoken of his admiration for his club’s recent form.