Paul Pogba reportedly begs Man United chiefs to sell him to Real Madrid

Paul Pogba reportedly begs Man United chiefs to sell him to Real Madrid

- Paul Pogba has reportedly agreed big money move to join Spanish giants Real Madrid

- The Frenchman is now said to have told Manchester United chiefs to sell him this summer

- Pogba wants to make a move to the Bernabeu so as to play under Zinedine Zidane

Manchester United star Paul Pogba has reportedly begged the club's chiefs to sell him to Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer.

The France international has his heart set on fulfilling his dream transfer and linking up with fellow Frenchman Zinedine Zidane who is the manager of Real Madrid.

According to the latest report by AS, the ex Juventus star has made his feelings clear to the Old Trafford hierarchy and is determined to force through the deal.

Report added that Paul Pogba has even agreed a big money move to Real Madrid as his club Manchester United currently fight to finish among the top four.

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Pogba has not been recently impressive for Manchester United in all competitions and the Frenchman wants to play Champions League football next season.

Champions League football is sure for Real Madrid next season, but Manchester United are presently occupying sixth position on the table with 64 points and three games to go.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjae threw his weight behind his star player Paul Pogba despite the player being linked with a move to Real Madrid.

The 2018 World Cup winning midfielder recently said that it would be "a dream for anyone" to play under Zinedine Zidane at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Pogba has scored over ten goals in the EPL this campaign most of which were scored after the arrival of his Norwegian manager last December.

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