- Paul Pogba could be allowed to join Real Madrid only if Kroos and Bale move to Old Trafford
- The Red Devils are hoping they can exploit Los Blancos' interests in the French man to sign the two stars this summer
- Pogba has been immensely superb for United since the arrival of Solskjaer in December as they are battling to finish top four this campaign
Manchester United are reportedly planning to allow their star man Paul Pogba join Real Madrid but only for one condition.
The Premier League side want Los Blancos duo of Gareth Bale and Toni Kroos before sanctioning the deal for Pogba to move the other way.
Pogba has thrived under the reign of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who arrived at Old Trafford as replacement to Jose Mourinho last December.
SunSport quoting Spanish paper AS reports that the Galacticos are doing all they can they sign the 2018 World Cup winning star at the end of this campaign.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils on the other hand seem unready to part ways with the former Juventus attacker.
The publication further revealed that Solskjaer has told the club not to sell the France international, who has scored eleven goals and five assists in 28 EPL fixtures.
Bale has been on United's radar for some time now, and the arrival of Zinedine Zidane on his second stint puts the Welsh man's future at the club in doubt.
It is also possible that Kroos might likely lose his place in Real’s starting XI if Pogba ends up joining the club.
Zidane recently admitted he is a big fan of Pogba, saying: "I really like Pogba and you know that. I know him very well.
"He’s a different kind of player and he can provide many things because of his skills. He knows how to attack and defend.
"However, he’s not my player. He plays for United and we have to respect that. He’s always said that he likes Madrid.”
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been linked with a move to join Real Madrid this summer.
The 2018 World Cup winning star was close to joining Barcelona in the summer after several busts ups with his former boss Jose Mourinho.
He has however stepped up his game since the departure of the Portuguese tactician last December, having a hand in most goals for his side.
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