Paris Saint-Germain joined the battle for the French International by offering another offer of £70m
Paul Pogba is being cashed by many presumed clubs and despite of his denial to leave Juventus the offering choices are not reaching an end.
Barca presidential candidate Agusti Benedito has officially presented its strong enthusiasm for bringing pogba on Camp Nou despite of Barca’s transfer ban until 2016.
Real Madrid had made an offer for Pogba in area of £70m with Paris Saint-Germain joining the pursuit for the French International by offering another offer of £70m for him.
Although Real have yet to decide if they will stump up the £70m needed plus wages in excess of £200,000-a-week the France international is demanding.
Manchester City, with the Premier League to start open from August 8, are not lifting its hand back to sign Pogba.
The tug-of-war appears to make not just a decent marking club choice for Pogba however a most noteworthy offering alternative as well.
The 27-year-old plans to report back for duty next month after recovering from the knee injury which ended a miserable season at the start of May.