Manchester United has made Paul Pogba an offer that would make him the highest-paid player in Premier League history.
The World Cup winner’s contract at United expires at the conclusion of the current 2021/22 season, which means he has been free to speak to foreign clubs since January 1 in the hopes of making a free move on July 1.
According to SunSport, the footballer is indecisive about signing a new contract, which would pay him close to 400,000 pounds (approximately 480,000 euros) before add-ons.
Real Madrid had been interested in signing Pogba in the past, but it is believed that they are now looking to invest in other parts of the team. PSG has been touted as a possible destination for the midfielder, while the 28-year-old has also been connected with a return to Juventus, where he previously played between spells at Manchester United.
According to SunSport, his possible big-money contract to stay at Old Trafford would pay him roughly 100,000 pounds (120,000 euros), which is more than any of the aforementioned European powerhouses could offer.
United may try to sell Pogba this month to make a profit before losing him on a free transfer in the summer, but they are now attempting to persuade him to stay.
Despite their offer, they’ve lined up Declan Rice of West Ham as a replacement for Pogba. Another name they’re rumored to be considering is Ruben Neves.