Manchester United, Chelsea, and Manchester City have all been boosted by the news that Juventus star Paul Pogba has rejected a move to PSG, reports the Daily Express.
Not only this but the 22-year-old has apparently turned down a contract worth £200,000 a week after tax to go to the French capital. PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi met with the player for the talks, but it seems they were fruitless.
This could mean that money isn’t a huge issue for the midfielder, and teams may need to persuade him that their club would be best for his career more than anything else. This would match up with his move from manchester United to Serie A in the first place. The then teenager left Old Trafford because he wasn’t getting much game time.
According to the report Real Madrid are confident that Zinedine Zidane can help them bring the France international to the Bernabeu. However, this hasn’t put off their rivals in the race for the youngster. Los Blancos may get to see him first hand in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final against the Turin based side next week.