REAL MADRID and PSG are the favourites to snare Manchester United star Paul Pogba this summer.
Bookies Coral price the heavyweights at 5/2 to secure his services.
“Pogba has had a difficult season but still remains one of the most coveted players in European football and should he move from Manchester United we think that PSG and Real Madrid will be the two sides battling for his signature,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.
The 25-year-old was snapped up by the Red Devils for a then world-record £89m fee in 2016.
But since moving to Old Trafford, he’s had a tough time.
The Frenchman has suffered form and fitness issues this term although did bag a brace against Manchester City last week.
Reports have suggested his agent – Mino Raiola – has offered Pogba to rival clubs.
City boss Pep Guardiola confirmed last week that he’d been offered up the wantaway ace in January.
Jose Mourinho, however, claimed he wasn’t bothered by the speculation.
“I didn’t even think about it,” said Mourinho. “Guardiola and Mino; we know the relationship is not the best.
“It is normal that sometimes they come with a little touch on each other but I was not worried about it, I was not upset with it and I didn’t speak with Paul about it.
“I didn’t call Mino to ask him anything at all, I was just focused on the game and I think Paul was the same because the way he played was only possible if he was focused on the game.”