English Premier League outfit Man United could finally bid farewell to France international Paul Pogba in this summer transfer window.
Reports claim that the former Juventus player has been pushing for a move away from the Old Trafford, going as far as declaring his interest to work under manager Zinedine Zidane public.
The Red Devils seem to have given up on the former Juventus player with latest reports claiming that they are holding talks with Real Madrid Chiefs over a possible move in this summer transfer window.
Man United will be requesting for a fee of over 100 million euros which the Spanish Giants might not be willing to pay, but what is the major fear and threat to the deal is the fact that Paul Pogba will attract huge wage that could discourage Real Madrid.
The Red Devils chiefs were initially desperate to keep the World Cup winner but that is no longer the case at the moment as they are already in the market for a replacement.
Real Madrid have just announced the signature of Belgium international Eden Hazard from West London outfit Chelsea. Securing the signature of the France international will make the Spanish giants a formidable team that will challenge Barcelona for the La Liga title in the coming season.