Pogba future updated as his reaction to Sancho, Varane moves revealed

The Manchester United future of Paul Pogba might only be decided in the closing stages of the summer transfer window.

Pogba has entered the final year of his contract at Old Trafford and is thought to have attracted the interest of Ligue Un giants Paris Saint-Germain.


Manchester United have offered Pogba new and improved terms but are also open to selling the midfielder for around £40m if he decides not to commit his long-term future to the club.


Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping to raise at least £50m in player sales to fund his own moves, making eight first teamers available for transfer, with Pogba perhaps the most lucrative of all.


But the Frenchman will consider his options and delay making a definitive call on his next destination.


The moves for Jadon Sancho (£73m) and Raphael Varane (£34.2m) could actually persuade Pogba to stay, with Eurosport saying he has been impressed with that level of recruitment.

‘It is thought he is excited’ by those transfers, according to that report, which adds that he is contemplating ‘waiting until January’ to ‘judge how he fits into’ the club’s plans, as well as how they ‘are progressing’.


Pogba will keep his options open in any event, entertaining PSG’s interest while maintaining healthy dialogue with Manchester United.





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