Injured Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is a long-term transfer target for Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid but a move is highly unlikely for now according to the publication from popular media channel ESPN.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane wants Pogba at the club but he has not been able to convince president Florentino Perez to splash the cash on Paul Pogba who’s presently out injured.
Zidane tried to cajole the Florentino Perez-led Real Madrid board to sign Paul Pogba this summer but the French football legend was not successful.
According to the aforementioned publication, Real Madrid will have to pay over £120m if they want to sign Paul Pogba but the problem is that Florentino Perez regards the said fee to be too much.
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Paul Pogba publicly declared his desire to leave Manchester United in the summer but the Frenchman was unable to achieve his target.
The former Juventus midfielder has less than three years on his current Manchester United contract.
Pogba is presently injured as a result of a troublesome ankle problem that he first picked up in August.
He has been limited to just six games in all competitions this season as a result of the above mentioned ankle injury.