Ligue 1 giants, Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly eyeing a deal for Manchester United star midfielder, Paul Pogba if star striker, Kyllian Mbappe leaves the Parc des Princess for La Liga giants, Real Madrid.
According to reports from ESPN reliable Journalist, Rob Dawson, the Mauricio Pochettihno's side could look to make an official offer to Manchester United for Pogba in the final days of the transfer window as a potential replacement for Mbappe who is highly likely to quit the club in the next few days.
As confirmed by Paris Saint-Germain director, Leonardo, Kyllian Mbappe is looking to leave the club and is bracing for a move to Real Madrid before the transfer window closes and hence, they are willing to let him join the Los Blancos though under certain conditions which must be met.
Hence, the prolific scorer's potential move to the Santiago Bernabeu could see them make a move to sign Pogba which would no doubt be a massive blow to the Red Devils who are hoping to keep the player for the 2021/22 season, despite him facing the final year of his contract at Old Trafford.
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