Inter could potentially afford a Summer transfer window move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba according to a report from TuttoMercatoWeb.
The Frenchman is currently unhappy at his current employers and wants out but very few clubs are expected to be able to afford a deal for the 26-year-old, who United seemingly requested €300 million for when Real Madrid previously came knocking.
Inter might find themselves in a position to be able to land the former Juventus manager due to the fact clubs are lining up and ready to pay Lautaro Martinez €111 million release clause and Inter are also set to pocket €70 million from Paris Saint Germain for Mauro Icardi, who they are keen to sign on a permanent basis.
Juventus, Paris Saint Germain, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Barcelona are the other teams mentioned in the report as clubs with the financial muscle capable of landing Pogba, who has been limited to just eight appearances this season due to a serious injury.
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