Paul Pogba is no nearer to agreeing a new contract at Manchester United, and it appears increasingly likely that he is looking at his next stop.

Pogba has cut a frustrated figure in recent weeks as United have struggled for form.

The French international will not discount signing a new deal until the New Year – but he is now just two months away from being able to sign a contract with another club, given his contract expires in summer 2022.

The chance to land Pogba on a free transfer is too much for many to resist, and he has no shortage of suitors.

Real Madrid have never hidden the fact they wanted Pogba, and they had a three-pronged French plan – Eduardo Camavinga, Kylian Mbappe and Pogba.

Eduardo Camavinga Real Madrid Oct21

Camavinga was snapped up in the summer, Mbappe is on course to arrive at the Santiago Bernabeu in 2022 and now a deal for Pogba is in the pipeline.

Planet Sport Bet make Real second favourites at 4/1 to seal the deal for Pogba. However, they are not the favourites.

Leading the chase, at least according to the bookies, are Paris Saint-Germain, who have a rich history of big Bosman free transfers in recent times.

Only this summer they tied up deals for Lionel Messi, Gianluigi Donnarumma and Gini Wijnaldum and they are 9/4 to claim Pogba’s signature. That is a 30% probability of him returning to his homeland for the first time since leaving Le Havre for United as a teenager.

His other former club, Juventus, are also very much in the mix, with head coach Max Allegri a huge fan of his former charge. They are rated 5/1 shots.

Paul Pogba Juventus Apr16 stomach

Planet Sport Bet spokesman Mike Grenham admitted the Pogba market is going to see plenty of action before his next club is confirmed.

“Paul Pogba has a huge 2022 ahead of him personally,” said Grenham. “He has his pick of clubs and as we stand it is Paris Saint-Germain who lead the race. However, the market could change quickly with Real Madrid and Juventus likely to make him big offers.”

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