- Paul Pogba is back on Real Madrid's wish-list one week after he was spotted with Zinedine Zidane
- It has been reported that Real Madrid are planning a mega £85million plus Bale deal to tempt Man United into selling Pogba
- Zidane is unhappy with Bale's contributions to his team as the Welshman has scored only one league goal this season
Real Madrid are reportedly planning a mega £85million plus Gareth Bale deal to tempt Manchester United into selling Paul Pogba, barely a week after the World Cup winner was pictured meeting up with Los Blancos manager Zinedine Zidane in Dubai.
According to The Sun (UK) quoting Spanish sports media website Eldesmarque, Zidane has been given the go ahead to have the last throw of the dice in his quest to sign Pogba.
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It has been claimed that Zidane and Real Madrid president Florentino Perez have been at loggerheads even before the start of the season as the club manager wants to sign Pogba, but the president is after a cheap deal for Tottenham's Christian Eriksen in January.
But if the report on Eldesmarque is anything to go by, then Zidane may have finally gotten his wish as he has been backed by Perez to sign Pogba in January and a mega £85million plus Gareth Bale deal will be presented to Man United.
Legit.ng recalls that Bale was set to move to Chinese Super League club last summer, but the deal, which would have earned the Welshman a whopping £1m a week at Jiangsu Suning was cancelled last minute by Perez.
But this time around, Perez will be ready to let go of Bale as Zidane is still unhappy with the Welshman's contributions to his team.
Bale has scored only one league goal this season which has prompted Zidane to come up with a plan to get rid of him.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he has no issues with Paul Pogba meeting Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane in Dubai.
According to a UK Sun report, the Norwegian tactician, who is not in hurry to make any conclusion, maintained that Pogba remains an important member of Man United going forward, stressing that the Frenchman is still in his plans.
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