Kiosk 360. PSG always want to improve their workforce and love to see the stars flock to Paris in force. The next target is Paul Pogba, but the Frenchman remains expensive.
At PSG, we like to collect the stars at each transfer window. This year they signed Georginio Wijnaldum, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Moroccan Achraf Hakimi. The Parisian management has seen the club’s payroll increase dramatically and yet it is ready to spend more before the end of the summer. Footmercato speaks of an interest and a desire to bring back Paul Pogba.
The latter, who has one year of contract with Manchester United, has not yet extended, because seduced by the Parisian project. That said, we will have to arm ourselves with a big check to hope to snatch it from the Red Devils. The daily The Parisian explains that the English club are asking between 75 and 100 million euros to let go of their 28-year-old midfielder. “This is a significant sum for Leonardo and his team. In 2016, Man United had paid 105 million euros to bring him from Juventus Turin,” commented footmercato.
PSG will therefore have to sell and reduce its payroll a little to pursue this dream. If Mitchel Bakker was sold for 7 million euros to Bayer Leverkusen, Thilo Kehrer, Pablo Sarabia, Ander Herrera and Layvin Kurzawa are still there. The daily The Parisian adds that PSG are ready to wait until the last moment to lower Pogba’s price. But Manchester United are in no rush to sell the world champion this year, risking losing him without any transfer fees.