Jose Mourinho has made a decision on the future of Paul Pogba, while Liverpool are still chasing a £57m midfielder, according to Wednesday’s papers.
MOURINHO MAKES POGBA CALL
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has given the green light to sell midfielder Paul Pogba, according to a report.
The Daily Mail claims on Wednesday that Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has even offered the Frenchman to Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain.
Pogba has struggled to hit consistent form this season under Mourinho amid claims that he has a difficult relationship with his Portuguese boss.
It is unknown whether the Parisians would be able to afford the former Juventus star due to possible Financial Fair Play sanctions.
Real Madrid and Barcelona are also possible destinations, but the report claims there has been “little interest” from Spain so far.
Manchester City, Chelsea and Juventus are the only other European clubs who could afford Pogba, the Mail goes on to state.
Pep Guardiola revealed earlier this month that Raiola offered Pogba to Manchester City in January.
AND THE REST
Manchester United are ‘set to sign’ Valencia right-back Joao Cancelo, with Matteo Darmian heading to Juventus (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool have not given up hopes of signing £57m rated Napoli midfielder Piotr Zieliński after missing out on him two-years ago (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City, Tottenham and Arsenal are all chasing Norwich forward James Maddison this summer (Daily Telegraph)
Mohamed Salah is building a hospital and a school in his hometown of Nagrig in Egypt following his stunning Liverpool season (Daily Mirror)
Juventus have made Manchester Utd’s Anthony Martial their top summer transfer target (The Times)
Arsenal have emerged as favourites to land out of favour Manchester United star Anthony Martial.
Chelsea are plotting a £35m summer move for Nice star Jean Michael Seri (Daily Mirror)
Leicester have told Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham to fork out £50m to sign Harry Maguire (The Sun)
Southampton are keen on Sheffield Wednesday keeper Keiren Westwood to replace flop Fraser Forster this summer (The Sun)