Man Utd to reject all approaches made for Paul Pogba, blow for Real Madrid and Juventus

Manchester United appear to have a hardline stance on Paul Pogba this summer.

Manchester Evening News claims that United don’t want to sell the Frenchman and they don’t think of the reportedly interested parties — Juventus — can afford a deal to take Pogba back to Turin, as reported by the Daily Mail.

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Real Madrid are still bound to come knocking for Pogba’s signature. Zinedine Zidane has never hidden from the fact he would like to work with the midfielder and now is the perfect time with the Spanish giants looking to rebuild the team, with the United star said to be his prime target (via talkSPORT).

The La Liga outfit are also in the running to sign Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard, so it seems like they’re in line for a shopping spree on the Premier League in order to bring back domestic and European success under Zidane, who already has 3 Champions League triumphs as manager from his previous spell in charge of Madrid. All won consecutively too.

So, Madrid are expecting the same sort of success under Zidane and that’s why United should be smart and try to get as much money out of the Pogba deal possible.

I would consider getting rid if the right offer was tabled this summer.

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