Paul Pogba Transfer News: Real Madrid have dropped their pursuit for Pogba after accepting his signing to be impossible this summer.
Real Madrid were after Paul Pogba this summer to bolster their midfield, but Manchester United’s reluctance in selling the French International stalled his move.
After all the saga between Pogba and Real Madrid. A report by the Marca claims that Real Madrid have finally accepted that hiring Pogba this summer is near to impossible.
This has been also updated by the club to Zinedine Zidane, who also understand the situation about the transfer. Real Madrid manager was seeking the services of his compatriot but will now look for other alternatives.
On the other hand, Manchester United placed an astronomical demanding price on the 26-year-old midfielder that it made Real Madrid lose their interest in Pogba.
On the other hand, the World Cup winning player was seeking a move out of Manchester United, in hope to win more laurels but it seems the French midfielder has to stay with the Red Devils for another season.
Considering, the English giants still have two years left in the contract with Pogba, they always had the commanding edge over the negotiations.
Earlier, even Juventus were ready to bid for him and Real Madrid had prepared to break their bank but Manchester United kept raising the price.
Since Manchester United faced a humiliating Premier league campaign and are on the verge of losing key player. The English outfit doesn’t want to lose more quality from its squad.
Additionally, the English transfer window is near to its end, hence Manchester United would not be able to find a suitable replacement in such short notice.
Now, Real Madrid are reportedly set to inquire for Christian Eriksen and Donny Van De Beek to fulfill the needs of the squad.
How twitter reacted
— ❗ (@MFGFX_) July 17, 2019
MARCA: Pogba continues to train & has not shown any indication he would try to force a move, even wearing the captain's armband on the club's tour. He’s aware if he wants to join Real Madrid he must behave in the correct way, though it seems unlikely a deal will come this summer. pic.twitter.com/g6FzFFRmgG
— RMadridHome (@RMadridHome_) July 18, 2019
— Man United News (@ManUtdMEN) July 18, 2019
— Football World (@FootballWorld40) July 17, 2019
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