Manchester City are weighing up a transfer for Paul Pogba when his contract at Manchester United expires in the summertime, sources have advised ESPN.

Pogba might be obtainable on a free transfer on the finish of the season, and though Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are main the chase for his signature, sources shut to City should not ruling out making a proposal themselves.

– ESPN’s pocket book: Ten Hag keen to sign Ekitike
Which Premier League golf equipment will qualify for Europe?

With membership captain Fernandinho set to go away the Etihad Stadium in June, City are exploring what choices can be found to bolster their midfield.

Declan Rice‘s potential £150 million transfer payment at West Ham is proving prohibitive, whereas curiosity in Frenkie de Jong would rely closely on whether or not he could be prepared to go away Barcelona.

Pep Guardiola is a giant admirer of De Jong and was keen to sign the Dutchman when he left Ajax for Camp Nou in 2019.

Meanwhile, sources have advised ESPN that Pogba could be open to becoming a member of City, who imagine the World Cup winner is a viable choice due to his contract scenario at Old Trafford.

Pogba would seemingly develop into one of many highest-paid gamers on the Etihad and there could be vital charges given to his representatives, however the total value of the deal could be made extra manageable and not using a sizeable transfer payment added on prime.

City’s prime precedence this summer time is to get a deal for striker Erling Haaland over the road.

They have till June to set off the €75m launch clause within the Norwegian’s contract at Borussia Dortmund, however sources have advised ESPN that talks up to this level have been productive and that there’s confidence on all sides that the 21-year-old might be a City participant subsequent season.

Share this post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.