Paul Pogba may leave next summer to join French side Paris Saint-Germain

Paul Pogba who is World Cup victor could be in transit out of Manchester United with interest from PSG

This is assuming Manchester United need to heed to the advice with respect to their former player Paul Parker who needs the Frenchman sold

Parker said Manchester United bosses ought to get the money on Paul Pogba and purchase Brighton star Yves Bissouma

Paul Parker who played in more than 100 games for Manchester United has asked the Premier League goliaths to sell France international Paul Pogba and purchase Yves Bissouma of Brighton.

There have been vulnerability encompassing the fate of Paul Pogba at Manchester United with a year staying on his agreement and with Paris Saint-Germain interested by his mark.

Before Jose Mourinho was kicked out at Old Trafford, the now Roma manager had issues with Paul Pogba in which many accepted to be the reasoning for his exit at Man United.

Pogba continued on under Ole Solskjaer, yet the Frenchman has not submitted his future to the Premier League side and he is likewise an target for Real Madrid.

As per the report on UK Sun and Eurosport, Paul Parker is of the assessment that Manchester ought not lose Paul Pogba free of charge asserting that the best choice is for them to get him sold.

Paul Parker's response

"The thing with Pogba is you don't have a clue what you're getting, so I'd acquire somebody who you know has a superior shot at having an effect week in, week out.

"So let him go and assuming he joins PSG and does incredible, you need to say this is on the grounds that that suits him.

"Furthermore, when you sell Pogba, you proceed to get Yves Bissouma from Brighton, who is an incredible holding player, great feet in close regions.''

Paul Pogba has ceaselessly been linked with a late summer move to Paris Saint-Germain and the discussions has gotten questionable in the course of recent weeks.

The Manchester United midfielder has quite recently a year left on his contract at Old Trafford and a transition to Parc des Princes is on the cards for the Frenchman.

PSG boss Mauricio Pochettiono doesn't want be brought into the discussion of the 28-year-old joining his team this late summer.

Pogba last played in France during his childhood profession with Lens prior to being gobbled up by Man United and afterward burned through four wonderful years with Juventus.

He got back to England in 2016 as a feature of a record-breaking £89million move and has won the Europa League and Carabao Cup