Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba did not rule out a potential move to Paris Saint-Germain, insisting that it’s always nice to play with your team-mates in the national team and club.
Pogba will become a free agent when his Man United contract runs out at the end of the season, with clubs expected to battle for his signature.
Though the World Cup winner didn’t rule out a move to PSG, he still didn’t rule out any chances of extending his contract with The Red Devils.
“Why not? Paul Pogba responded when asked whether he sees himself playing for PSG in the future.
“It’s always nice to play with your teammates in the national team and club.
“I don’t know if it’s gonna be with Manchester United or another club but what I want is to win trophies.”
Source: Le Figaro via @hadrien_grenier.
Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus are reportedly monitoring Paul Pogba’s situation at Manchester United.
The top guns in Europe are expected to put their offers on Pogba’s table if he eventually fails to agree to the new contract terms with Man United before the end of the season.
The World Cup winner also gives details on the robbery at his home last week and admits he’s endured depression in his footballing career.