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Man United want to make Pogba the highest-paid player in Premier League history

With his Old Trafford future up in the air, Manchester United have put an offer to Paul Pogba that would make him the highest-paid player in the history of the Premier League.

The World Cup winner's contract at United runs out at the end of the current 2021/22 campaign, meaning he has been allowed, since January 1, to talk to overseas clubs about making a free transfer on July 1.

SunSport have said that the player himself is undecided on whether or not to sign a new deal, which would see him earn close to 400,000 pounds - around 480,000 euros - before add-ons.

Real Madrid had previously been interested in a move for Pogba, but it's thought that they are now planning to invest in other areas of the squad. Paris Saint-Germain have been mentioned as a possible destination for the midfielder, while the 28-year-old has also been linked with a potential return to Juventus, whom he played for between his spells at Manchester United.

SunSport have also said that his potential big-money contract to stay on at Old Trafford would see him earn around 100,000 pounds - 120,000 euros - more than he could receive at any of the aforementioned European powerhouses.

United could look to sell Pogba this month in order to cash in on the Frenchman before possibly losing him on a free transfer in the summer, but are now hoping to convince him to stay.

Despite their offer, they have also lined up West Ham's Declan Rice as a replacement for Pogba. Ruben Neves is another they are thought to be considering.

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