Paul Pogba of Manchester United emerges as target for Real Madrid

Paul Pogba of Manchester United emerges as target for Real Madrid

- Paul Pogba has emerged as a summer transfer target for Spanish club Real Madrid

- Real Madrid are said to be ready to offer Manchester United £125m this summer

- Pogba has been impressive this term in the Premier League scoring 11 goals so far

Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba has reportedly emerged as a summer transfer target for Spanish giants Real Madrid who are ready to lure the Frenchman to Spain.

This comes after the 2018 World Cup winner admitted in public that his dream is to play for Real Madrid before he ends his football career.

Pogba announced he wants to link up with Frenchman Zinedine Zidane one day while away on international duty with France.

And according to the latest report, Real Madrid are now looking for the funds they will use to tempt Manchester United for the possibility of signing Pogba this summer.

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The report added that Pogba is happy at Manchester United, but does not want to remain at Old Trafford for the rest of his career.

Paul Pogba is now expected to cost Real Madrid more than £125m this summer for them to sign the France international.

Meanwhile, Pogba has been impressive for Manchester United since the exit of Jose Mourinho, and he has scored 11 Premier League goals after 27 games creating 9 assists.

Manchester United are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 58 points after 30 games played this term.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho took the time out to reflect on his sour relationship with Paul Pogba in the latter days of his tenure as manager at the club.

Both Pogba and Mourinho were involved in a number of run-ins that saw the French midfielder dropped to the bench.

However, months after his sack from the club, the Portuguese tactician has owned up and admitted he failed to get the best out of the midfielder.

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