£400,000-a-week contract to tempt Premier League star to Chelsea?

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Chelsea will be free to open talks with Manchester star Paul Pogba about a move to Stamford Bridge in the summer

The 28-year-old joined the Red Devils from Juventus in 2016 for roughly £95million, switching back to the club he left for the Bianconeri as an academy player.

However, there has been many people in the media claiming that he is not happy at Old Trafford, that he cannot showcase his true ability as he is not 100 per cent committed to the club

That has led to many rumours in the media over the past few years that he wants to leave the club and head back to Real Madrid, or test himself at PSG or Madrid, but he has stayed put, despite all those rumours

However, The playmaker is yet to secure his future at Old Trafford, with contract discussions held but a decision is set to be made at the end of the season.

And despite all the suggestions that he wants to move abroad and play for the likes of Real Madrid or Juventus, Pogba is willing to consider proposals from Premier League clubs as he plots the next step of his career

And while Thomas Tuchel is looking to spend a whole load of cash, it is believed that a contract offer of around the £400,000-a-week mark could tempt Pogba into staying in the Premier League

It is no secret that Tuchel is a massive fan of Pogba and believes that he could be an ideal partner for Ngolo Kante, who plays alongside the United ace in that France National squad.

IcChelseanews View…

There has been alot said about Pogba and his performances at United. But he is just not happy at the club and a move to Stamford Bridge could showcase just how good he is.

But even though he would be welcome here, we are sure he is going abroad.

Jamie

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