According to French media outlet Le 10 Sport via Manchester Evening News, Paris Saint-Germain are willing to spend big to lure Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba to Paris at the end of his contract.
Pogba’s Manchester United contract will expire at the end of the season and the France international is yet to sign a new Manchester United contract despite reports claiming he’s happy to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
Le 10 Sport claim PSG will offer Pogba €28m-a-year, or €600,000-a-week, to return to France next summer when his Manchester United contract expires.
Meanwhile, France boss Didier Deschamps has hailed Pogba as one of the leaders in the France squad.
Deschamps said: “There is the player he is and what he is able to do.
“Yes he has grown in importance compared to his beginnings. He is there and is one of the leaders of the France team. He is an expressive leader who sits between generations. He can take over a bit.
“He has the ability to always have this notion and this collective reflection vis-à-vis his situation.”