French club Paris Saint-Germain have identified Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba as a priority signing ahead of the summer transfer window.
Pogba will be a free agent this summer after opting against extending his Manchester United contract and he has been reportedly offered a contract by PSG.
Meanwhile, former Manchester United coach, Rene Meulensteen has told Pogba to Manchester United following Saturday’s 1-0 defeat to Everton.
Asked if Pogba’s Man United career had been a failure, Meulensteen said: “Failure is a big word but has Pogba lived up to the expectations? I don’t think so.
“He knew what the expectations were when he came back, to compete for the Premier League and the Champions League.
“Not everything has clicked with the players around him or the system. Does he actually suit the Premier League?
“What frustrated me a little bit is Paul has never really outspoken his commitment to United. He’s never come out there and said he is going to stay and bring United back to where they belong.
“There are always issues over his future, and that does not sit well with the fans. It is not just one player, though. There are many more issues that need to be addressed before United is going to get back on the right track.
“Since he comes back, it has not really happened for him or Manchester United. I think he will leave now.”