Paul Pogba has responded to the rumors linking him with a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain. The Manchester United midfielder is away with his France national team side ahead of the Euro 2020 championship.
When asked about whether he plans on signing a new contract with Man United, Paul Pogba said: “I have one year left on my contract, everyone knows that.
“There have been no concrete extension proposals. I am still a Manchester United player. Contacts with PSG? I have an agent that deals with all that. I don’t have Al-Khelaifi’s number).”
Meanwhile, United are said to have begun negotiations with the Midfielder’s representatives over handing him a new contract. The Frenchman is rumored to want over £400,000-a-week on his new deal, and that will place him as the highest-paid player in the squad.
Moreover, if the 28-year-old midfielder doesn’t sign an extension, he will be free to join any club (including PSG) for free in 2022, and the Red Devils could risk not getting anything from his exit.