Paul Pogba has reportedly asked to be sold amid interest from Real Madrid.
The French midfielder has previously admitted that joining the Spanish giants would be a dream, especially with the prospect of joining forces with his idol Zinedine Zidane, who is looking for the next Real Madrid superstar to take Los Blancos back to the top.
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They’ve really struggled without Cristiano Ronaldo this season but Zidane will need a lot more than Pogba if he’s looking for individual players to make the difference. The former Juventus midfielder isn’t one for performing unless the rest of the team are playing well.
Pogba’s form, however, has dipped after initially showing his class under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It could be a matter of inconsistency eating away at him, but it could also be the speculation turning his head…
Players have been distracted by such potential moves in the past, especially when things aren’t going great at their current clubs.
According to the Mirror, AS claim that Pogba has made his intentions to leave clear, asking to move on after agreeing on a £10million a year offer with Real Madrid.
Perhaps things will change if United somehow qualify for the Champions League.
But that also shows the type of player we’re dealing with…
Solskjaer needs to build a team around big players who want to play for United!