Paul pogba has become the true ‘soap opera’ of the transfer market. The French is close to ending the contract with him Manchester United and so far there are no clear signs that it will renew. Such a panorama has put him in the orbit of the Real Madrid Y Barcelona for the next campaign. However, the former Juventus midfielder could end up playing in the Bayern Munich, a club that against all odds has joined the race for the incorporation of the 28-year-old footballer.
According to information from the English newspaper Daily Express, the German giant, which has just eliminated Barcelona in the group stage of the Champions League, has been very interested in the signing of Pogba since it would come at zero cost, so the Bavarians would only have to take care of the player’s salary.
Even though that him Bayern Munich sees with great optimism the signing of PogbaMino Raiola, the footballer’s representative, believes that the Allianz Arena would not be able to pay the French midfielder’s emoluments, calculated at almost 18 million euros per season.
To solve your future
Paul Pogba will return to Manchester this weekend, after spending the last few weeks in Dubai recovering from a thigh muscle injury, and will meet manager Ralf Rangnick for the first time.
The French midfielder ends his contract with Manchester United on June 30 and still has a long period of absence, after injuring himself in the last international break with France, although United are confident that he can return to exercise in the coming weeks.
“I hope to speak with him on Sunday. So far we have only spoken on the phone “Rangnick said at a press conference: “He’s improving, but he still has a couple of weeks left until he can train again, and then a few weeks later until he’s back in shape. He has to be at full capacity before exercising with the group again ”.
Pogba’s future is unknown, with several ups and downs in recent months, from the Frenchman’s declaration of intent to leave, to his most recent predisposition to stay. The French midfielder will be able to negotiate with teams from outside the islands as of January 1.
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