PSG fans want Paul Pogba of Manchester United to turn down the move, according to an angry sign displayed at Parc des Princes.
Paul Pogba could be set on a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the coming weeks.
Outside Parc des Princes, several PSG supporters have made it obvious that they do not want Manchester United player Paul Pogba to join the club. In recent weeks, the Frenchman has been heavily connected with a move to Paris, and while the move has received great fan reaction in France, a segment of the PSG audience would plainly prefer him to stay put.
“Pogba, you should listen to your mother, she doesn’t want you here,” reads a furious sign outside the PSG stadium. We don’t either!”
According to Get French Football News, a spokesperson for a major PSG supporters group is scheduled to denounce that viewpoint later today.
Following his rejection of United’s hefty new contract offer, speculation about Pogba’s possible move to Paris reached a fever pitch.
The Red Devils attempted to increase his wages from £250,000 to £350,000 per week in light of his brilliant performances at Euro 2020, but the player rejected the move.
The rejection puts United in a difficult position, since Pogba’s current contract has only one year left on it, requiring them to sell him this summer or risk losing him for free.
United are apparently willing to listen to proposals in the area of £60 million due to the urgency of the situation for transfer chief John Murtough.
In 2016, the club broke the British transfer record by paying £89 million to re-sign him from Juventus, whom they had permitted him to join for a fraction of that sum just four years before.
Although his brilliance shown in bursts on the Old Trafford surface, he seems to explode into life with greater frequency when representing France.
As talk regarding Paul Pogba’s likely coming grows, PSG fans put up an anti-Paul Pogba poster outside the Parc des Princes: “Listen to your mother, Pogba; she doesn’t want you here. We don’t either!” (RMC) pic.twitter.com/dbe67KtkCu
Pogba, who is now in his late twenties, has reached a crossroads in his career, deciding where he wants to best employ his skills while still in his prime.
He has felt underappreciated in Manchester at times, with sections of the Old Trafford crowd disgruntled by his laid-back demeanor on the field.
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