Paris Saint-Germain are desperate to extend Kylian Mbappe’s contract and could use Manchester United’s Paul Pogba as ammunition to persuade the winger to sign on the dotted line.
That’s according to reports in Europe, which claim Mbappe is urging employers to bring Pogba to Parc des Princes once his contract at Old Trafford expires at the end of the season.
Pogba’s last game came during the Red Devils’ 4-0 win over rivals Liverpool in the Premier League on Tuesday night.
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Luis Diaz and Sadio Mane’s goals and Mohamed Salah’s brace were more than enough to bring down Ralph Rangnick’s shocked men, who failed to drop a single gauntlet on their rampant opponents.
Despite initially calling him 11 for his coach, Pogba only managed for 10 minutes before being forced to withdraw after injuring a quadriceps muscle.
Now briefly set on the sidelines, with only five Premier League games remaining this season, the France midfielder could have played his last ever game for United.
Since returning to United from Juventus in 2016, four years after leaving for the first time, in a £95m deal, Pogba has made 233 appearances, in all competitions, directly contributing to 90 goals along the way.