Paul Pogba Transfer news: Man United star player wants to go to Real Madrid, Soslkjaer open to selling for as much as they can get for him.
Paul Pogba to Real Madrid is a transfer news that seems like a never-ending story. Earlier in the summer, Paul Pogba had claimed that he was looking for a new challenge. A hint that he was done with Manchester United and wanted to move on.
With Zinedine Zidane being an avid admirer of the midfielder, it seemed all but certain that Pogba would make the jump to Real Madrid. However, Ole Gunnar Soslkjaer was not too keen on letting his best player leave. United set an exorbitant price to turn Real Madrid off. However, it appears now that, Solskjaer has had a change of heart. According to reports, he is willing to let go of the World Cup winner, as long as the club are financially compensated accordingly.
Paul Pogba to Real Madrid
COPE claim two sources “close to the changing room” have told them that Pogba wants to leave as soon as the window opens in January. The report claims that Pogba has recovered from his injuries. He is not playing to avoid injuries and hamper his dream move to the Spanish Capital.
Manchester United are reportedly miffed that the midfielder posted videos of him playing basketball last week with NBA star Jimmy Butler of the Miami Heat when he was supposed to be rehabilitating.
— utdreport (@utdreport) November 21, 2019
Pogba also posted a video showing him cheering on his Manchester United teammates during their 3-3 draw vs Sheffield United.
Paul Pogba has only played 5 league matches this season. His last appearance was the 1-1 draw vs Arsenal on September 30. United have struggled without the player. Although, by the looks of it, the club appears to have come to terms with the players wishes to move on.
However, they are still looking for a fee in the range of €150 million. If Real Madrid agree to pay the amount, United will look to use the money to replace the midfielder. While both Pogba and Zidane will finally have their wishes come true.
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