The Frenchman is in the final year of his Manchester United deal and was linked with a move to the Parc des Princes this summer.
But Lionel Messi‘s shock switch to PSG stopped any move for Pogba from happening with the club prioritising the Argentine superstar instead.
PSG will reportedly offer Paul Pogba £510,000-a-week salary if he joins them next summer
While a move this summer is now off the cards, PSG are still interested in Pogba and will offer him a huge salary if he joins them when his United contract expires at the end of the season, according to the Independent.
Pogba has been linked with moves to Real Madrid and Barcelona but their well-known and publicised financial issues has left the midfielder to put off a move until he’s out of contract – allowing him to move for no transfer fee.
However, the report goes on to claim that PSG would look to outspend their rivals in order to secure his signature, offering the 28-year-old a huge salary in order to join them as they look to build a strong core of Parisians in the squad.
Lionel Messi’s shock switch to PSG this month stopped any move for Pogba from happening
PSG boss Mauricio Pochettino could soon have another huge star to manage
PSG used the same tactic in order to sign Georginio Wijnaldum, who left Liverpool this summer and looked certain to join Barcelona before the Ligue 1 giants offered him a contract worth three times more than the Catalan side’s.
Pogba got the new 2021-22 campaign off to the flying start on Saturday after he played a pivotal role in United’s 5-1 thumping win over arch rivals Leeds at Old Trafford.
While Bruno Fernandes walked away with the match ball and Mason Greenwood caught the eye, Pogba recorded four assists in the win, which left managed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to sing the midfielder’s praises after the game.
‘Impressive,’ Solskjaer said of Pogba’s vision. ‘Paul’s always got that vision, he’s got that quality.
Pogba got the new campaign off to a flying start on Saturday in the 5-1 win over Leeds
Pogba recorded four assists as United ran riot at Old Trafford in front of a sell-out crowd
‘I know that the headlines will probably be about Bruno or Paul but this is a team effort and the space Mason creates for Bruno to open up the channels, what everyone does ahead of the goals has been worked on this week.
‘But, Paul, I’m very impressed with his fitness levels as well. He’s not been with us for too long and he looks fit, ready to go, enjoying his football.
‘I love seeing Paul and all these boys smiling when they’re playing football.’