Before the transfer windows around Europe close next month, Paul Pogba is expected to start the season with Manchester United. The French midfielder has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain and has turned down a £50 million contract offer to stay at Manchester United.
United are certainly desperate to keep him, but they fear losing the 28-year-old, who cost them a world record £89 million in 2016, when his contract ends next summer. Because talks have yet to take off, they may be inclined to sell Pogba this summer, with a price tag of £43 million being suggested.
According to The Telegraph, he will be a part of the squad when the season begins.
The France international joined United’s team this weekend and has begun preparations for United’s Premier League opener on August 14 against Leeds. He was supposed to return last week, but his homecoming was postponed owing to a Covid-19 outbreak at the club.
Source: Daily Mail