- Real Madrid have been looking to sign Paul Pogba from Man United since last summer
- The La Liga side has once again reignited their interest in the Frenchman who has a year left on his current United deal
- James Rodriguez is among four players the Zidane-tutored side is willing to use in a stunning swap deal to land the former Juve star
Real Madrid have renewed their interest in Man United midfielder Paul Pogba ahead of the summer transfer window.
Madrid have been tracking Pogba for months now, with the La Liga club's boss Zinedine Zidane understood to be a huge admirer of his fellow countryman.
On his part, Pogba, who is said to be unsettled at United has not hid his desire to swap Old Trafford for the Spanish giants.
Metro UK now reports the Real are looking to tempt the Red Devils into letting the versatile midfielder move to Santiago Bernabeu this summer by offering up to four of their players available as part of a swap deal.
James Rodriguez, who has widely been linked with a move to the Premier League tops the list of the four set of players alongside Martin Odegaard.
Lucas Vazquez and ex-City midfielder Brahim Diaz are also said to be part of the stunning swap deal.
Whereas United maintain the Frenchman is not for sale, Real, also hit a financial crisis owing to the global outbreak of coronavirus pandemic feel a swap deal is an option.
It is understood United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to keep Pogba who has since shook off an ankle injury to return to training.
Solskjaer is reportedly keen to pair the former Juve star with January arrival Bruno Fernandes in his midfield set-up.
Pogba has just one year left on his current deal with United but there is an option for the club to extend it by a further year.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo is hoping he can plead with Shanghai Shenhua to allow him to extend his stay at Manchester United beyond the initial expiration date.
The 30-year-old striker moved to Old Trafford on a six months loan deal in late January from the Chinese based club.
His deal was due at the end of this season but the outbreak of deadly coronavirus means he would not stay until the Premier League is concluded.
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