As he prepares to depart Manchester United, Paul Pogba is said to be considering a move to Spain or Italy this summer.
When his contract expires at the conclusion of the season, the midfielder is expected to leave United. During his club’s 4-0 humiliation at the hands of Liverpool on Tuesday, the World Cup winner was pulled off after 10 minutes with a calf injury.
The severity of the problem is unknown, but Gary Neville speculated that Pogba’s United career may be over. When he was substituted in Saturday’s 3-2 win against Norwich, he was booed by several fans, and the jeering continued after the final whistle as he walked down the tunnel.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Paris Saint-Germain has made an offer to the 29-year-old, who hasn’t ruled out a move to the Premier League. According to Sky Sports, numerous European teams, including Real Madrid and Juventus, are in talks with the youngster.
Meanwhile, according to UOL, Edinson Cavani’s transfer to Brazilian club Botafogo has been canceled. After an injury-plagued season, the striker’s contract at Old Trafford expires this summer.
The 35-year-old had been connected with a move to Botafogo, but the club has since withdrawn their interest when the player’s agent, Walter Guglielmone, turned down a two-year contract. The agreement included a one-year extension with wages comparable to Cavani’s requests, according to the newspaper, but Guglielmone did not respond.