PSG is keen to add some more star names by bringing Paul Pogba and Zinedine Zidane to the French capital. Elsewhere, Cristiano Ronaldo could be on the move less than a year after his
Manchester United homecoming, Aston Villa eye up more ambitious signings in the summer window,
and Chelsea wonderkid Armando Broja has attracted some admirers from Germany.
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to bring more superstars to the French capital to counterbalance
the expected summer exit of Kylian Mbappe.
The World Cup winner’s contract is set to expire at the end of the season and has been
linked with a dream move to Real Madrid. PSG are planning to respond by bringing French duo Zinedine Zidane and Paul Pogba to Ligue 1. Pogba’s contract situation at Manchester United is the same as Mbappe’s, so he will “almost certainly arrive on a free”.
In the dugout, Les Bleus legend and long-term managerial target
Zidane looks likely to replace the struggling Mauricio Pochettino, whether it is this summer or at a later date.
Real Madrid and PSG’s Champions League clash a part of wider power struggle— Indy Football (@IndyFootball) February 15, 2022
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Manchester United homecoming could come to a premature end after just one disappointing season. The Portuguese forward reportedly holds concerns over the Premier League club’s poor form. The Sun state that Ronaldo will only stay at Old Trafford if United qualify for
next season’s edition of the Champions League.
The report reveals that the 37-year-old’s “most likely option” would be to replace the outgoing
Kylian Mbappe and link up with long-term rival Lionel Messi at Paris Saint-Germain.
Other options include heading to Bayern Munich to compete in the Bundesliga for the first time or
reuniting with former Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho at Serie A side Roma.
Cristiano Ronaldo could quit Man Utd over shock slump with Mauricio Pochetino's PSG one of the clubs targeting forward https://t.co/VWas1d4CGK pic.twitter.com/YESr1E93et— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) February 15, 2022
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