It is an open secret that Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid are long-term admirers of Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba whom they tried to sign in the summer but were unsuccessful.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has been at the forefront of the push for the club to sign Pogba and recent reports claimed that Manchester United might have softened their stance on the possible exit of Paul Pogba from the club.
Manchester United were adamant that Paul Pogba won’t leave to join Real Madrid in the summer and that was what happened as the Frenchman didn’t get his wish of leaving the club as expressed during an Adidas tour of Japan in June.
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The Red Devils might be ready to let Paul Pogba leave the club for Real Madrid according to Spanish media outlet El Desmarque.
It was revealed that Manchester United would be ready for the exit of Paul Pogba from the club if Real Madrid are ready to offer £85m plus Vinicius Jr for the French World Cup winner.
Brazilian international Vinicus Jr has lost his way a little at Real Madrid as he has been outshined by fellow teenage forward and compatriot Rodrygo at the club.
It remains to be seen whether the deal would be attractive enough for Real Madrid to sign Pogba who will cost more than £100m without any swap deal involved.