- Paul Pogba’s transfer fee could reduce amid the coronavirus saga
- The Frenchman has only managed seven appearances this season
- Juventus and Real Madrid are reportedly interested in the Frenchman
Paul Pogba could see his transfer fee collapse as a result of the rampaging novel coronavirus according to reports from Sun Sports.
Despite making just seven appearances this season, several top clubs including Juventus and Real Madrid are reportedly interested in the Frenchman.
Tuttosport reports that Manchester United will yet again attempt to seal a deal to allow the player move away from the Old Trafford side this summer.
Recall that Paul Pogba made a record breaking move to United following a whopping £89million deal to sign the player for a second time.
Although, Juventus and Real Madrid were bidding to get the World Cup winner for £100million, sources say that the ravaging coronavirus could collapse the player’s value during the transfer window.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the 2018 World Cup-winning star turned 27 on March 15, but instead of throwing big parties as some stars would do, the player decided to set up a fundraising page to help fight coronavirus.
Pogba, whose future at Old Trafford remains doubtful has chosen to help the children raise money to help them stay healthy during this trying period.
It is no more news that Covid-19 has ravaged the entire world - leaving all the top five European Leagues suspended until sometime in April.
The former Juventus player has now chosen to help kids who have contracted the virus stay healthy with his gesture.
According to BBC, Pogba set up the birthday fundraiser to "help fight this war against Covid-19", and added that he will double the fund if his goal of £27,000 is reached.
"The impact of a large-scale outbreak, especially on poor and vulnerable children, can be immense," Pogba wrote.
"It's my birthday and I'm always grateful that me, my family and friends are healthy. Nonetheless, not everybody is in good health right now.
"At times like this, we need to come together." BBC stated that the proceeds from the fundraising would be used to buy disposable gloves, surgical masks and vented goggles for health workers.
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