Spanish la Liga outfit Real Madrid are set to return for the signature of Man United midfielder Paul Pogba with the report that his release clause has been reduced.
The rumours of Paul Pogba’s move away from Man United might never end until it happens as we have reasons to read of speculations and controversies surrounding his stay at Old Trafford.
While the France international midfielder has fueled speculations of his move away, the likes of Juventus and Real Madrid are known suitors for his signature and they do not appear to be tired of wanting his service.
However, Real Madrid and Juventus have been placed on alert with the report by Calcio Mercarto that the 27-year-old will now be available for around £54-£58 million in the summer, lower than the £100 million earlier valuation.
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This seems to have encouraged Real Madrid, they will return for his service in the coming summer transfer window while Man United might decide to cash in to end the controversies at Old Trafford.
However, Paul Pogba might be having his last season as a Man United player as he is no longer favored for starting roles. He has been coming in from the bench in the last couple of games.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has defended his decision while emphasizing that the World Cup winner is very important in his team and will be playing a major role in ensuring a successful season.
The former Juventus player has never hidden his wish to play for Real Madrid in the future and this has been talked about with his representative, Raiola on several occasions.
Also, Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is a big fan of the France international midfielder and will do all it takes to have him at Bernabeu in the future.