LONDON: Paris Saint-Germain is said to be willing to pay Paul Pogba £ 27 million a year to join the Ligue 1 club involving a € 600,000 a week’s salary package for the 2022/23 season to prevent the player migrating to other competitors.
Many sources close to the player expect PSG to try to get the French midfielder this summer that will give Manchester United problems.
However, the presence of Lionel Messi changed the situation. Pogba currently receives £ 290,000 a week at Old Trafford – about £ 15 million a year.
PSG is still keen to get Pogba because they want players from Paris to play with other global stars.
The 28-year-old can move for free at the end of the season and he has chosen to leave Old Trafford.
Pogba was previously keen to migrate to Barcelona or Real Madrid, but both clubs face financial problems and just wait for a free transfer.
PSG may overcome the opponent and offer more salaries for Pogba.
The same tactics are used to ensure Gini Wijnaldum signature this summer with sources said they offered the Dutch midfielder threefold from what Barcelona offered.