Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been the subject of transfer interest for the better part of the last one year especially after his admission that it might be time for him to leave the Old Trafford side for the second time.
Pogba admitted his desire of leaving Manchester United during an interview granted last summer.
His first Manchester United exit took place some eight years ago after he completed a free transfer move to Italian Serie A side Juventus in 2012 and the Frenchman went on to spend four years with the Old Lady before returning to Old Trafford in a world-record transfer in 2016.
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Since his admission about leaving Manchester United, Real Madrid have been strongly linked with the Frenchman and the latest publication from The Sun stated that the Spanish giants are ready to give Manchester United the option of four players to choose from for a swap deal involving Paul Pogba.
The likes of Toni Kroos, Luka Modric and Gareth Bale are Real Madrid options for a £120m deal.
Paul Pogba has just over a year on his contract at Manchester United who has the option of an additional year.
He has appeared eight times for the Red Devils this season.