Manchester United reacts to ‘Pogba case’

07/22/2021 at 5:02 PM CEST

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It seems that the ‘case Pogba‘is getting closer and closer to being a reality. The player, born on the outskirts of Paris, seems to be getting closer to returning to France to play in the Paris Saint-Germain and, consequently, to satisfy the needs of a Nasser Al-Khelaïfi who has put his signing between eyebrows, even if his club needs to make up a harmful deficit of between 250 and 300 million.

So advanced does the operation seem that the Manchester United has already identified the possible replacement from the French midfielder. As reported by ‘talkSport’, the Red Devils would have overtaken Arsenal in the race to seize the services of Rúben Neves, Portuguese midfielder for Wolverhampton.

The Gunners seemed the best positioned to win the Portuguese international against the possible departure of Granit Xhaka to Roma, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team has moved fast in recent hours.

Ruben Neves ends his club contract in 2024. In 2017 he arrived in England from Porto in exchange for 17 million. The price for the player is now around 40 million eurosAt least that is what Wolverhampton asks to let him go.

Camavinga could be the second option

Aware of the difficulties that he will find to continue supporting the desired French midfielder, apart from Neves, it seems that United has also set their sights on a compatriot to relieve him. Specifically, it is the young man from Rennes Eduardo Camavinga, only 18 years old, as reported by the Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri.

Be that as it may, it seems that the ‘Pogba case’ comes to an end. We will see if consequently there is a signing at Old Trafford in order to replace the sought-after French midfielder.

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