The demand for Paul Pogba seems ever increasing as the French World Cup winner is now being hotly trailed by three continental giants in a bid for his free signature in the summer. The Manchester United midfielder will end a summer stint with the Premier League heavyweights, having spent six seasons at Old Trafford.
According to reports from Germany, England and Italy (via TuttoJuve), German champions Bayern Munich are credited with making an offer for the 29-year-old central midfielder.
The other clubs in pole position for Pogba are Juventus, who have also tabled an offer, and Paris Saint-Germain. Whereas, Real Madrid don’t show any interest in him.
Bayern would be a step closer to signing him if they manage to hand the Frenchman a heightened salary above the region of €7m, which is what the Bianconeri are offering.
After a season or two full of speculation, Pogba will finally leave Manchester for greener pastures and a reunion at Allianz Stadium is bound to shake things up, keeping in mind a potential partnership with Manuel Locatelli and Denis Zakaria.