Free agent Pogba move to Liverpool discussed


Paul Pogba is set to leave Man United as a free agent and a former Premier League star has suggested Liverpool sign the midfielder

Midfield is the position that Liverpool are being tipped to strengthen this summer.

And as a result, former England striker Darren Bent has suggests the Reds would have entertained the idea of signing Pogba.

Bent thinks that Klopp and Man City boss Pep Guardiola may have held talks with Pogba over a summer move.

"You say Klopp and Pep wouldn't touch him, I bet they've probably looked at the scenario and I bet they've had a conversation with him," Bent told talkSPORT.

"You know what all great managers are like, they always think that even though that player has been a problem elsewhere, I can get the best out of him. I can guarantee you that Pep and Klopp think they can get the best out of any player on the planet."

Bent added: "I know he hasn't been good enough [for United] but he is a good player. He hasn't been a success but he has won two trophies there. It hasn’t worked and they've paid a lot of money for a footballer who’s now leaving for nothing.

"I don't know if Chelsea fans will want him to join, but I wonder if some of the players would. Footballers will think differently to fans.

"I think other players, players in the Chelsea squad, will think 'I would love a player like that to come here'. Players think differently. It will be the same with Liverpool."

Pogba is set to leave Old Trafford at the end of this month when his contract expires. Manchester United paid Juventus £90million for his services in 2016, but will now leave as a free agent.

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