Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will reportedly have to submit a transfer request for his dream move to Spanish giants Real Madrid to see the light of the day.
This is according to widespread reports coming out of the British media.
Paul Pogba has previously talked up a dream move to Real Madrid but Manchester United are reluctant to sanction his sale.
According to the publication from The Sun, Pogba will have to force through a move to Real Madrid by submitting a transfer request.
The French World Cup winner has endured a topsy-turvy spell at Manchester United since his return to the club in a then world-record fee of around £89m in the summer of 2016.
The Manchester United Academy graduate had earlier left the club for Italian champions Juventus on a free transfer in 2012.
Pogba spent four years at Juventus where he won the league title in each of his seasons with the Old Lady and also reached the 2015 Champions League final before Juventus were beaten 3-1 in the final by Spanish champions Barcelona.
He has two years left on his current deal at the Theatre of Dreams but Manchester United reserve the right to activate an extra year clause to make it three years.