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EPL: Manchester United make World Cup winner highest paid player in Premier League history



Manchester United board have offered Paul Pogba a mouth-watering £500,000–a-week to persuade the Frenchman to stay at the club.

The new deal is far more than what the club’s current highest earner, Cristiano Ronaldo gets in a week.

Moving from Juventus to Manchester United last summer, Cristiano Ronaldo became United’s highest weekly earner with about £400,000 weekly pay.

Manchester United is not giving up hope of making Pogba remain at the club and so they want to make him the highest earning star at Old Trafford.

The midfielder is now in the final six months of his current contract with Manchester United after rejecting talks over an extension.

The World Cup winner is now free to discuss a pre-contract agreement with other clubs ahead of a free transfer.

Pogba was expected to leave Manchester United last summer but did not get as much interest from other clubs as he was expecting.

The Sun, UK reports that the Old Trafford landlords are willing to offer the French midfielder a far larger salary than any other club.

Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are the three leading European outfits hoping to sign the France international next summer.

If the Frenchman accepts the contracts, it would make him the highest paid player in Premier League history.

Pogba would receive a basic salary of £400,000-a-week before add-ons and bonuses are taken into account, which is around £100,000-a-week more than he is likely to be offered from clubs around Europe.

Despite the enormous salary, United remain pessimistic about the chances of Pogba staying and fear he will leave the club regardless.

United brought back the 26-year-old from Juventus in a whopping £89million deal five years ago.

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Another Arsenal player leaves Emirates Stadium



Daniel Ballard

Arsenal player, Daniel Ballard has agreed a transfer to Championship side, Sunderland.

The player, whose move to Burnley failed through last season, has also played for Swindon Town and Blackpool on loan.

The Northern Ireland international has not had the opportunity to play a single first team game for the Gunners.

And now his stay at the club is coming to an end as he is set for an imminent move from the north London side

The Athletic reports that Ballard was very close to joining Burnley last week, but a deal could not be agreed.

The likes of former club Blackpool and Sheffield United were interested in the player.

He is now on his way to Sunderland.

Despite never making the cut for Arsenal, Ballard has proved himself on the international stage, already picking up 15 caps for Northern Ireland and scoring two goals.

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EPL: Leeds to replace Raphinha with Super Eagles forward



Leeds United are in the race to sign Moses Simon from Nantes, according to RMC.

The Premier League side are competing with another Ligue 1 side Nice for the Super Eagles forward.

With Raphinha in talks with Arsenal, Chelsea and Barcelona, Leeds are already looking for his replacement.

The Elland Road club is holding out for £65m for Raphinha and some of that income will be put back into the team.

Simon, 26, can play all across the frontline. He is right footed, although he played the majority of last season on the left wing.

The winger scored six goals and grabbed eight assists from 30 Ligue 1 games last season.

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Boehly set to sign two Man City players for Chelsea



Chelsea are in talks with Manchester City over a move for both Raheem Sterling and Nathan Ake, the UK Telegraph reports.

Sterling is the Blues’ top priority this summer, with Thomas Tuchel eager for the club to sign the England international.

Although Tuchel wants to bolster his attack, he is also looking to bring in defenders following the exits of Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen.

Chelsea have now turned to their former defender Ake as part of their summer rebuild.

Ake made his Chelsea debut back in 2012 and made 17 senior appearances for the club.

In 2017, he joined Bournemouth in a £20million deal having impressed on loan the previous season.

Following Bournemouth’s relegation in 2020, the Dutchman joined City in a deal worth £40million.

It is believed Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly contacted City on Monday to discuss their valuation of both Sterling and Ake with the Blues keen to sign both players.

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