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Football - Transfers - Transfers: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) and Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), two pillars of the Blues still pending

Football – Transfers – Transfers: Paul Pogba (Manchester United) and Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain), two pillars of the Blues still pending

While Kylian Mbappe is currently refusing to extend his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, Paul Pogba could stay at Manchester United.

If some promise excitement, the summer should be fairly quiet for the rest of France’s squad. Of the 26 Blues selected by Didier Deschamps to compete in the Euros, only two others, or perhaps even three, are likely to change club by the end of the transfer window.

For Kylian Mbappé and Paul Pogba, the files are known to all but are now pending. The lack of guarantees on the employment that will allow Paris Saint-Germain to achieve its goal of winning the Champions League attacker (22 years, 48 ​​caps, 17 goals). He is currently refusing to extend his contract. Which puts, after one year of his tenure, the Parisian club, always inflexible towards the timid approach of Real Madrid, in a delicate position.

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Linked to Manchester United until 2022, the midfielder (28 years, 84 caps, 11 goals) is also on standby. While he wonders about his future, he is tempted by The interest shown by Paris Saint-GermainAccording to the members of his entourage. Problems: The Red Devils have not yet ruled out the idea of ​​giving him an extension and the Vice Champion of France must make room on the playing field to accommodate it.

If he finally stays at MU, Pogba could find Hugo Lloris there, whose status was not clear at Spurs either. There is only one year left of the contract for the goalkeeper (34 years, 129 caps) and the trend does not seem to give him an extension. In March, the recruitment of Mike Maignan to replace him was still in effect. But the previous night After joining AC MilanWill Tottenham find another candidate?

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For Jules Conde, on the other hand, the idea of ​​relocation quickly eluded. Spurs, the Sevilla defender (22, 2024), would have rejected the principle of negotiating with a club that would not participate in the Champions League this season, according to Such as.

This is not the case with Moussa Sissoko (31 years old, 2023), who said Open to all suggestions, at the end of May, in an interview at the Footmercato website, if Tottenham decided to abandon it.