Paul Pogba has been talking to the media while on international duty with France.
Over the weekend, the Manchester United midfielder admitted going away with Les Bleus is a “breath of fresh air”, and even though he has not aimed a dig at the Red Devils, the reports around his future have already resurfaced.
According to Calciomercato, the midfielder is ‘not happy’, especially at Old Trafford.
The France international’s contract was extended until 2022, and the Premier League side’s intention is to further extend his current deal.
However, Mino Raiola hasn’t started talks with the English club and the 27-year-old’s ‘complicated relationship’ with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who continues to start him from the bench, ‘certainly doesn’t facilitate’ the renewal operation.
Despite the current situation, the World Cup winner’s valuation for United is no less than €100m, and this, coupled with his salary of €17-18m per season makes it ‘almost unreachable’ for Juve.
Pogba’s dream is to join Real Madrid, but the La Liga winners haven’t opened the door for his arrival. The Spanish giants and the Turin club are ‘out of the way’, while Paris Saint-Germain are keeping an eye on the Frenchman.
The outlet states the former Juve star is an ‘old obsession’ of both Leonardo and the PSG owners, and the possibility of losing Kylian Mbappé forces the Ligue 1 winners to look around for a big signing.
It’s claimed the forward’s sale would give them the funds necessary to support an ‘ultra-expensive’ operation, such as the one needed to sign Pogba.