Manchester United, a British football club, has offered to make Paul Pogba the highest paid player in Premier League history, despite the fact that he has only six months left on his current contract.
Pogba has shown little desire to stay at Old Trafford and has been linked with a number of Europe’s top clubs, including Juventus, PSG, and Real Madrid.
According to The Sun, United are preparing a £500,000-per-week offer to entice him to stay at the Theatre of Dreams.
According to the report, the club is willing to offer him a basic salary of £400,000 per week, with add-ons likely to push him over the half-million mark. According to the report, Manchester United’s offer is £100,000 higher than any other offer he is likely to receive in Europe.
Pogba has yet to play for interim head coach Ralf Rangnick after being sidelined with a hamstring injury sustained on international duty in October. He is currently permitted to speak with clubs outside of England about signing a pre-contract, with the 28-year-current old’s contract expiring in less than six months.