For a few weeks it has been rumored that FC Barcelona would be very interested in taking over the services of Paul Pogba for next summer, when he will be completely free after finishing his contract with Manchester United. The French footballer is on the list of the biggest clubs on the planet since his performance is very good and Mino Raiola is already in a position to move him around the market in order to find him a new multi-million dollar contract.
Sport's colleagues have continued to investigate the information that we bring to light and have found out that there is a lot of interest from the Barca sports management, so much so that they would be willing to do anything possible to try and convince the talented French midfielder. Of course, the signing of the Frenchman will be extremely complicated due to the enormous competition that exists for him, it will also be complicated by Mino Raiola and especially by the difficult economic situation that the cule team is going through.
There are many clubs willing to convince Paul Pogba for next year, clubs such as Real Madrid, Juventus from Turin and Bayern from Munich would compete directly against FC Barcelona for the services of the French star. In addition, it should be remembered that the return of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United has changed everything, they are a much more competitive club and this could be vital to retain Pogba much longer at Old Trafford.
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