Inter are reportedly considering opening contract negotiations with Manchester United’s soon to be out of contract French youth international Paul Pogba.
The 18-year-old is available to start talking to clubs from the new year as his current deal with the English champions expires in the summer. Reports both in England and Italy are intimating that the midfielder, who only recently made his senior debut with the Red Devils, is prepared to listen to offers, with the Nerazzurri named alongside Manchester City and Arsenal as interested parties.
Manchester United are believed to have held contract talks with Pogba in a bid to extend the former Le Havre man’s stay with the side, but so far talks have been unsuccessful. The player has been training with the first-team squad this season.
Whilst not directly representing the player, Italian transfer guru and agent Mino Raiola is understood to have held talks with both Pogba and Massimo Moratti about a potential link up next summer.