Both Chelsea and PSG are the latest clubs reported to be lining up offers for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.

A report in today’s Daily Express suggests English Premier League side Chelsea are preparing a bid for the French midfielder which would include players Andre Schurrle and possibly John Obi Mikel as well as a transfer fee of €52m.

Pogba signed a new contract with Juve just 3 months ago, but that hasn’t stopped the press linking him with a move away from Turin following comments made by his agent.

The tabloid goes on to report that Jose Mourinho wants to bolster his squad for next season and would like to include players in any deal involving Pogba, in order to comply with Financial Fair Play rules.

Over in France, Paris Saint-Germain are also reported to be readying a €75m bid of their own, according to French news outlet RMC Sport.

According to the news agency, Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, Chairman of Qatar Sports Investments (QSi) and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Paris Saint-Germain, is planning a revolution at the club this summer.

Players such as Edinson Cavani, Thiago Motto, Ezequiel Lavezzi and Yohan Cabaye are being linked with a move away from Parc Des Princes which would in turn give the French Champions room to manoeuvre and comply with Financial Fair Play rules.

Previous reports linked both Marco Verratti and Edinson Cavani with a move to Juve in exchange for Pogba.