Transfers: Paul Pogba would have refused to extend at Manchester United to go to Real Madrid

Paul Pogba is one of many players out of contract next June. And the French midfielder would not intend to extend with Manchester United with the desire to join Real Madrid, according to The Daily Star.

The leaders of the Red Devils know what to expect with Paul Pogba. The 2018 tricolor world champion would have rejected all the extension offers submitted by the English club and let it be known that he would not renew his lease. Returning to the north of England in the summer of 2016, the native of the Paris region (28 years old) wishes to live a new adventure in his career.

Several formations are attentive to his situation and would be interested in his coming. This is the case of Juventus Turin, who would like to repatriate him, but also of PSG. Pogba would not be insensitive to the interest of the club of the capital, which would have already established contacts with his entourage.

But the French midfielder would rather see himself on the side of Spain. He would indeed have announced to his leaders that he did not wish to extend because he would like to go to Real Madrid. In the past, the Spanish club had already expressed interest in Paul Pogba. It remains to be seen whether he is still relevant, while Real’s priority remains more than ever Kylian Mbappé. If so, the two parties could quickly find common ground.

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