Report: Liverpool offered chance to sign £89m player Jurgen Klopp has already called 'world-class'
File this one under the category of unlikely rumours, but Le 10 Sport claim that Liverpool have been offered the chance to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United this summer.
Pogba at Anfield?
Pogba appears to be heading towards the exit at Old Trafford, and Mino Raiola has apparently alerted Liverpool to his client’s availability.
Now, Raiola has apparently been in talks with Liverpool this summer over Donyell Malen (Voetbal International).
But the chances of United ever selling Pogba to Jurgen Klopp’s side appear almost impossible.
The Red Devils may well sanction a move for Pogba this summer, given that the £89 million superstar (BBC Sport) has just one-year left on his contract, but it seems highly unlikely that Liverpool would be allowed to buy him.
It must also be noted that Klopp’s side aren’t exactly flushed with cash.
For them to afford the transfer fee required to buy Pogba and then take on his salary demands would be a huge surprise.
And even if Raiola has told Liverpool that Pogba is available, we’re not expecting a bid to arrive any time soon – even if Klopp has gone on record to call him ‘world-class’ before (Sports Mole).