Manchester United target Jerome Boateng is poised to resurrect his move to Paris Saint-Germain. The 29-year old Germany worldwide has been at the 28-times German champions since joining from Manchester City in 2011.
While some have suggested that joining the star-studded PSG side would enhance the image-conscious Boateng's marketing appeal, others say that playing in the English Premier League would result in more global exposure for the German worldwide.
The latter, so impressive for Colombia in Russian Federation, is also reported to have been part of a deal offered by Barcelona for World Cup victor Paul Pogba.
Jose Mourinho has warned Manchester United face a "difficult season" if they do not strengthen their squad before the Premier League transfer window shuts on Thursday, AFP reports.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bayern Munich CEO, holds so much power when it comes to transfers involving the club and it comes as no surprise that he's becoming fed up with Boateng's relationship with rapper, Jay-Z.
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Manchester United have been linked with a host of centre-halves in the summer transfer window, including Leicester City star Harry Maguire, FC Barcelona defender Yerry Mina and Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld. Having won the World Cup with France in Russian Federation, the midfielder wants his wages to rise to £350,000-a-week from his existing £150,000-a-week.
Leicester have slapped an £80m price tag on the 25-year-old but United may be forced to overpay as they grow more desperate.
On August 24, they will take on league runners-up TSG Hoffenheim in their 2018-19 Bundesliga curtain-raiser.
Several newspapers have spoken about signs coming from the player's entourage that Boateng is very interested in opening a new chapter in his career.