Manchester City Football Club are interested in signing Paul Pogba on a free transfer in what could be one of the most incredible deals in English Premier League transfer history.
According to reports, Pogba will not make any decision about his future until the end of the season, when his Manchester United contract expires.
Last month, Sky Sports reported that the France international, who seems to have played his last game for United as he is out with a calf injury, has not ruled out the possibility of staying in the Premier League.
Two Premiership clubs have been in touch with Pogba’s camp. One of the interested clubs is United’s rivals, Manchester City, and Sky Sports News has reported that Pogba would look at every concrete offer presented to him.
Real Madrid, Juventus and PSG are also interested in signing him on a free transfer, six years after United signed Pogba from the Italian club for a then world record fee of around £89m.
At present, Pogba can talk to clubs outside England, but cannot officially hold talks with English clubs until he is out of contract.