Manchester City and Chelsea have been told they must break the British record and their wage structure if they want to stand any chance of landing the highly rated Paul Pogba.
Reports suggest that Paris Saint-Germain have submitted a hefty £60million bid to the Italian giants Juventus in order to secure the services of Paul Pogba but the personal terms with Paul Pogba are yet to be agreed.
Paris Saint-Germain are ready to offer a whopping £320,000-a-week contract to the French International in an attempt to lure the midfielder away from Juventus this summer.
Sources also say that Juventus are yet to finalize the deal as the Italian giants are expecting a bigger bid as many of the top clubs in Europe have shown their interest in the 22-year old midfielder.
Juventus are hoping for a bid of £75million to a midfielder whom they got for nothing two years ago after the player left Manchester United on free. The news meant both Manchester City and Chelsea need to make a bid higher than £60million and offer higher wages than Paris Saint-Germain.
This would also mean that both the clubs need to break the British record set by Manchester United last summer when they bought Angel di Maria from Real Madrid for £59.6 million. Any club that wants the services of Pogba will need to spend £158million which includes both his transfer fee and wages.