With a contract expiring in June of this year and no renewal agreement on the horizon just yet, it’s widely expected that Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United at the end of the season.

The midfielder has spent the past few months injured, meaning he has yet to feature under Ralf Rangnick, and while there’s still a chance he could stay at Old Trafford, other clubs, like Paris Saint-Germain, are hoping he doesn’t.

Le Parisien have an article on the matter on Friday, and explain that he’s currently ‘courted by the best clubs in the world’, among which can be found the Ligue 1 leaders.

In fact, he’s ‘very tempted’ by a return to the Parisian reason, where he was born, and those in charge of such matters at PSG are ‘watching with attention’ the situation surrounding the Manchester United player.

While it’s believed the Red Devils have made him ‘an incredible offer’ to stay of ‘€2m/month for the next four years’, nothing has been signed.

That’s given hope to Paris Saint-Germain, who are said to have ‘a head start’ on the competition, comprised of Real Madrid, Juventus or even Bayern Munich.

We’ll have to wait and see about all this, but it’s looking more and more likely that Manchester United will have to replace him sooner rather than later.