- Manchester United are said to have opened talks with Real Madrid for Pogba deal
- The Spanish club want the Frenchman to be part of their squad for next season
- Paul Pogba is also wanted by reigning Italian champions Juventus
Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly opened talks with Spanish side Real Madrid over the sale of France international Paul Pogba.
It has been claimed according to UK Sun that Real Madrid officials met with Manchester United chiefs last week when they came to seal Eden Hazard's transfer to the Bernabeu.
Manchester United are now said to be prepared to let Paul Pogba go if Real Madrid meet their demands this summer.
Los Blancos will weigh up whether to meet United’s £150 million asking price for the former Juventus star.
The Spanish club want to tempt Paul Pogba will the chance of playing in the Champions League since Manchester United failed to qualify for the championship.
But they will face serious competition from Italian champions Juventus who are also interested in luring Pogba back to Turin.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba reportedly been issued a deadline by Real Madrid to complete a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu.
According to report, the French World Cup winner is among players Los Blancos boss Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is targeting, towards rebuilding the Galaticos squad ahead of the 2019-20 campaign.
The report claim Zidane has now warned his compatriot to sign this summer as one of his marquee signings or miss out playing for Real Madrid.
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