Manchester United have already begun moving to compensate for the expected departure of Paul Pogba this summer.
Many of the reports were linked to the name of the 26-year-old Frenchman and Real Madrid, especially after the player revealed several weeks ago that playing in Real Madrid in the presence of Zinedine Zidane the coach of the team is different. Zidane Would like Paul Pogba after returning to the team training.
“The statement damages United.” 😡
“You don’t see any of the Liverpool or City players saying anything!” 🤐
“If I was Solskjaer, I’d say ‘That’s £500,000 out of your bank account!” 💸
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) June 17, 2019
Manchester United are demanding a big deal to sell the player, approaching 150 million euros, which is a stumbling block for Real Madrid to enter into serious negotiations to settle the deal so far.
This comes at a time when Manchester United want to get the greatest possible return from selling the player to finance his new summer deals, in preparation for the next season.
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