PSG’s focus on sporting policy holding up Paul Pogba move

RMC are reporting that PSG’s move for Paul Pogba (29) is being delayed due to the prioritisation of sporting policy decisions. 

Before looking for reinforcements, decisions regarding outgoings must first be taken. According to RMC, the “only certainty” is that the Parisian club wants to reduce the size of their club. Everything else remains undecided. Discussions, negotiations and exchanges are ongoing. 

Although Pogba, whose contract at Manchester United expires in the summer, remains a target for the Parisian club, any move for the midfielder is being held up whilst other decisions on sporting policy are being made. 

Pogba has already reportedly turned down a move to cross Manchester and join Pep Guardiola’s City side, whilst Real Madrid are also thought to be keen on the French World Cup winner. 


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