Real Madrid star to move to PSG, Pogba to stay at Juventus

Jese Rodriguez – PSG

After never really breaking through at Real Madrid, it looks like Spanish winger Jese could be lining up a move away from Madrid in favour of a move to French Ligue 1 champions PSG. He has been heavily linked with a move away from the Spanish capital for some time, as the lethal front three of Benzema, Ronaldo and Bale make it almost impossible for Jese to force his way in to the starting 11.

It is rumoured that the deal could cost the Parisians around £21 million, and would add to an already successful transfer window for Unai Emery. Since his appointment, Emery has already acquired the services of his former Sevilla defensive midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak as well as Hatem Ben Arfa, Thomas Meunier and Giovani Lo Celso.


Paul Pogba – Stay at Juventus

In a massive turn of events, there has been a video released which seems to suggest that Paul Pogba will remain at Juventus next season. This comes after months of speculation that Pogba would join his former club Mancester United, with the deal believed to be around £100m. Pogba has been in LA for a few days, and it was reported that he may be there for a medical in his preparations to join Mourinho’s side this summer.

Now, it appears that Paul Pogba has confirmed he is staying in Italy, with a video in which he was asked whether he was staying with the “Old Lady” to which he simply replied “yeah”. Obviously it is not concrete evidence, and the audio wasn’t even that clear so we can’t be sure he was even asked that exact question, but it does give Juventus fans a glimmer of hope that their star man will remain at the club.

In the event that he does stay, this leaves Juventus with what looks to be arguably the strongest side in world football at the moment. With new signings Dani Alves, Miralem Pjanic, Mehdi Benatia and Gonzalo Higuain all looking likely to feature, the “Old Lady” could once again be a contender for the Champions League.

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