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There is no doubting the talent of 21-year-old Paul Pogba. A genuine icon of the future with years ahead of him, Manchester United fans will always wonder "what if...?" when they see the midfielder play.
Pogba, famously, was once at Old Trafford. He joined United's youth setup in 2009, came through the ranks and went on to make a grand total of three appearances—equalling 71 minutes in the Premier League.
Quite possibly one of the best free transfers in recent memory, Pogba joined Juventus in August 2012. He's won two Italian Super Cups, one Serie A title (with another one on the horizon, it seems) and looks every inch the star player.
The French international has just about two years remaining on his current contract. But, as reports suggest, Pogba has not held contract talks with Juve amid interest from other clubs.
Pogba told beIN Sports (h/t John Drayton in the Daily Mail) this week:
So far I have not spoken to anyone about the contract renewal with the club nor the future on the market. I am focused on the field, I am thinking only about this season and winning a Scudetto which for the club would be historic.
And then there is also the Europa League. If we achieve the double then it would be something exceptional. I just think about making history this season. I just have to repeat myself. Of course I am happy that many big clubs are interested, but the mind is focused on my present work, and that's it. It is Juve today.
The fans’ chants asking me to stay? They encourage me to do my best, they are beautiful.
Paris Saint-Germain? They are a great club.
And, according to Goal.com, PSG have been in talks with Juve about signing Pogba this summer:
The former Manchester United man could be offered wages of up to nearly €9m-a-season with the Paris giants and Pogba could be tempted to push for a transfer if PSG step up their interest come the end of the current season.
We wouldn't bet against it.