Paul Pogba is attracting a lot of interest with his contract at Manchester United running out this summer, with Premier League clubs among those wanting his services.
A number of European clubs – including Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus – remain in contact with the France international’s representatives over signing the midfielder on a free transfer this summer.
Sky Sports News understands no official offers have been made yet, but two Premier League clubs have also been in contact with Pogba’s side.
The 29-year-old hasn’t ruled out staying at Old Trafford – but there hasn’t been a new contract offer since last summer.
The identity of the next manager will be one of the factors Pogba will consider before making a final decision this summer.
Pogba once said: “Whether it’s with Manchester or another club, I want to win trophies.”
Pogba on his experiences with depression
Meanwhile, Pogba has spoken of having suffered from depression ‘several times’ during his career. The Manchester United midfielder thinks it’s difficult for footballers to talk about their mental health issues.
He adds that the high salaries are not an obstacle and that the constant monitoring of the players creates an intense environment that they have to deal with.
“Completely, and several times in my career,” replied Pogba, when asked if he had suffered from depression in an interview with the French newspaper. Le Figaro.
“I’ve been there, but we don’t talk about it. Sometimes we don’t even know we’re depressed, we just want to be isolated, to be alone, these are the undeniable signs.
“From a personal point of view, it started when I was with Jose Mourinho in Manchester. You wonder if there’s something wrong with you because you’ve never had those moments in your life. life.
“Of course, we make a lot of money and we don’t complain, really. But that doesn’t stop you from going through those times in your life – like the whole world – that are more difficult than others.
“In football it’s not acceptable but we’re not superheroes, we’re just human beings.”
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