PSG fans unfurl banners against Pogba

The Manchester United midfielder, a target of the French club, showed past sympathy for Olympique de Marseille, eternal Parisian rival.

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Paris Saint-Germain closely follows the situation of Paul Pogba, who ends his contract with Manchester United in 2022. In the midst of rumors that place him close to the French club, several banners have been deployed against him in front of the Parc des Princes and the Ciudad Deportiva. Their message is as follows: "Pogba, you must listen to your mother. She doesn't want you here, neither do we."

The tall footballer has long made no secret of his sympathy for Olympique de Marseille, PSG's rival club. His family and close friends always encouraged him to watch the matches of this institution: "OM? I like him, my father was a fan. A friend forced me to watch all the Marseille games. It has always been a team that I have followed" stated Pogba three years ago on 'SFR Sport'.

Leonardo, PSG sporting director, has long shown interest in Pogba for his great technical quality and physical display. With Gianluigi Donnarumma, he has just negotiated the arrival of a player represented by the media agent Mino Raiola, the same as the Frenchman.

Pogba is in the orbit of PSG and more after rejecting the renewal with Manchester United that published 'The Mirror'. The midfielder arrived at Manchester United in 2016 from Juventus, after paying 105 million euros, making him one of the most expensive signings in history at that time. In the five years he has spent on his return to Manchester, where he was already before going free to the Turin team, he has only managed to win one League Cup, so he aspires to go to a club with a better chance of winning trophies. Paris could be your next destination.

'Ultras Paris' would not be behind these banners

The collective 'Ultras Paris', a group that is usually behind several banners of this type every year, assures that it did not participate in this action, according to 'Le Parisien'. It would, therefore, be an isolated act that would not have broad support in the club's social mass.



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