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Man United's Pogba 'offered' to PSG and three other clubs

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Montrelle Montesinos | 11 May, 2018, 11:44

One obvious pro is being able to play alongside Neymar, but the Brazilian himself may not view the league as a massive challenge despite multiple club sources trying to prove otherwise.

Raiola and United boss Jose Mourinho have seemingly been at loggerheads about the 25-year-old's role in the side since he re-signed from Juve.

France international Pogba has been routinely criticised for his performances and was even axed by Mourinho for the first leg of their Champions League clash with Sevilla.

The Frenchman's agent has already sounded out Real Madrid, Juventus, Manchester City and PSG, report the Daily Record.

He has recently enjoyed an upturn in form, scoring twice in the 3-2 victory over Manchester City and helping orchestrate wins over Arsenal and Bournemouth.

However, the 36-year-old, who has won every single domestic trophy in England and Europe, has decided to hang his boots with the club looking for a new man to wear the captain's armband.

Castles added former Raiola client Maxwell, PSG's assistant sporting director, has proved a useful conduit, but there are still major obstacles to the transfer, namely UEFA's financial fair play rules and United's willingness to sell.

Appointed as an assistant to sporting director Antero Henrique upon retiring as a player last summer, Maxwell has become an increasingly-influential figure at Parc des Princes. "He has to respect the dogs".

The French star spoke to Premier League Productions and opened up on his injury, "I had a big injury and missed a lot of games, but now I feel much better. It doesn't look that way from what I'm hearing".

As noted by Castles, UEFA are "under pressure from establishment clubs to rein in PSG's market-disruptive spending", and another huge splurge on a marquee player this summer would surely arouse suspicions.