Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid have reportedly made the first bid for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
This is according to the publication from popular English media portal Daily Mail which claimed that Real Madrid have made a £90m bid for French World Cup winner Pogba.
It was also revealed that the Los Merengues would need to offer more money to have any chance of signing the 26-year-old player.
Paul Pogba has already stated that he wants to leave Manchester United this summer after three years in his second spell at the club.
The former Juventus player spoke about his desire to leave the Theatre of Dreams this summer during an interview while he was in Tokyo at the weekend.
His interview has expectedly increased the transfer rumours about him with clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus keen to make a swoop for the Manchester United midfielder.
The aforementioned publication revealed that Pogba favours a move to Spain over Italy having already enjoyed Italian football while he was at Juventus between 2012 and 2016.
Paul Pogba came close to joining Spanish champions Barcelona last summer but the move was blocked by Manchester United who are keen to retain the player who has two years left on his remaining Manchester United contract.