Paris Saint-Germain fans have protested against the potential signing of Paul Pogba by hanging up banners outside PSG’s ground and training facilities.
The banners read: “Pogba, you should listen to your mother. She doesn't want you here, neither do we.”
The antipathy may be because Pogba previously explained that his mother is a fan of Marseille, who are PSG’s main rivals since the capital club’s creation in the 1970s.
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Despite the family allegiance to the south coast club, Pogba is believed to be keen to join PSG, with Mauricio Pochettino’s side ready to make a move for the 28-year-old French midfielder.
A fee of £50 million has been mentioned, although that may be the middle ground between United’s valuation and PSG’s expected offer.
A report earlier in the week claimed that Pogba, who has a year left on his current contract, rejected an offer worth £50 million, or £350,000 a week, to extend his stay at Old Trafford.
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