What the papers say
Paris Saint-Germain has made an offer to Paul Pogba as he approaches the final two months at Manchester United, according to the Manchester Evening News. The paper claims the Ligue 1 club has offered the 29-year-old midfielder less money than his current club to extend his contract. Pogba is understood to be open to joining PSG but would prefer to return to Juventus.
Crystal Palace is open to offers for Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, despite him being their “best player”, the Daily Mail writes. The 29-year-old had previously been steadfast in his decision to not sign a new contract at the club – which expires this summer.
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The Daily Mirror reports via Deportes Cuatro that Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale will also leave the club at the end of the season, but no decision has been made on where the 32-year-old’s future lies.
The Wales international’s agent confirmed Bale will depart the Spanish giant this summer at the end of his contract, hitting out at Spanish media for comparing him to a “parasite”.
Elsewhere, Manchester United and Atletico Madrid are among several teams monitoring Benfica’s Uruguay striker Darwin Nunez. The Daily Telegraph writes that the Primeira Liga club will want at least £60 million for the 22-year-old who was signed from Almeria in a club-record deal worth around £20 million in 2020.
Social media round-up
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Players to watch
Kylian Mbappe: 90min reports that Real Madrid is still confident of signing the 23-year-old forward from PSG this summer, despite rumors that he could be staying in Paris with a new deal.
Phil Foden: The same outlet writes that Manchester City is hopeful of securing a new contract with the 21-year-old midfielder before the end of the season.