Mino Raiola has suggested Manchester United could strike a swap deal involving Paul Pogba in the summer.
The only problem being, I don’t think anyone would be too happy hearing Eden Hazard would be the one coming the other way.
Pogba, 28, is coming to the end of his contract and seems relaxed about his future ahead of the transfer window. He is playing well and you can tell in interviews that his mind is set on finishing the season strongly.
According to the Manchester Evening News, United value Pogba at £80m in the current climate, which I think would be very good business from a selling point of view. I still don’t see where that money will come from in the coming months – and if Real Madrid had the money I reckon they’d spend it on someone else.
Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola, has been asked if the French midfielder moving to Real Madrid was impossible. He told AS: “I do not know.
“I think that nothing is impossible, but football depends on the day. As it is. And you have to be flexible to think of all the possibilities.
“And if tomorrow Madrid wants to make a Hazard-Pogba change? It is just an example. And if all four parties like it, why not?”