Sunday, 28 July 2019

Paul Pogba move to Real Madrid is 'inevitable'

Paul Pogba's mooted move from Manchester United to Real Madrid is 'inevitable', according to reports.

The midfielder has made it clear that he would be keen to leave Old Trafford this summer, discussing the fact he wants a 'new challenge', and Real have a long-term interest in him.

A report in Spanish newspaper AS has now claimed that a move will happen due to United's interest in potential replacements.

They are said to be close to signing Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon and Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

Pogba is now keen to push through his move, according to the report, as he does not want the switch to be a saga like his move to United in 2016.


There are also concerns on his part because he is not the highest earner at United after Alexis Sanchez joined the club from Arsenal in January.

The France international also believes winning the Ballon d'Or would be difficult while playing for United.

A deal has been pushed forward by Real's diabolical pre-season, which took another misstep with the 7-3 loss to Atletico Madrid on Friday night.

Manager Zinedine Zidane is known to be desperate to snap up Pogba as he continues rebuilding his side.

Pogba will take on Gareth Bale's €14.5million (£13m) annual salary if he signs for Real. 


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