Last month, Bayern chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said the 29-year-old's representatives had been in touch with the Ligue 1 champions.
Pavard is said to stand for Bayern's new generation next to German global Sule, who is the first choice to replace Boateng should the 29-year-old leave.
Referencing reports that Pogba's agent Mino Raiola is looking at Barcelona as a possible new home for his player, Ferdinand said: "Don't you dare allow this ED. #MUFC is Pogba's home!"
"We will see", the 34-year-old said.
Turkey unveils new economic plan
But Mr Erdogan is famously averse to interest rate rises, and there are fears he may be pressuring the central bank not to act. TURKS have been hitting bureau de changes, after being ordered to sell their gold and dollars to support the crumbling Lira .
Spider-Man Spin-Off Movie Silver And Black Has Been Scrapped
Prince-Blythewood will still be attached as producer to both films, but it doesn't appear like she'll be helming either. That "first step" for this SUMC will be decidedly less blood-soaked than you would have thought though.
Drought in southeast Australia worsens
There has also been a growing national conversation about the mental health toll that the drought has had on farmers. In India, four indicators are usually applied to declare a drought.
Links to World Cup star Harry Maguire persist, but Leicester's reluctance to sell is clear with the deadline looming large. 22-year-old Benjamin Pavard is rumored to have already signed an agreement with the Munich outfit during this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.
"I actually think Jose Mourinho hasn't helped himself in this pre-season with the way things have happened but I do think he gets a little bit too much criticism, even for the job he's done at Manchester United".
"But it will take more than a quality defender to galvanise them".
The transfer window closed on Thursday with United failing to add to their three summer signings - Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant.
The players Jürgen Klopp has brought in have prompted many in the media to suggest that Liverpool could win the Premier League this summer or finish as a very close second to Pep Guardiola's Manchester City.