Real Madrid Could Make Move For Eriksen

Paul Pogba ended staying at Manchester United after sportswear company intervenes in his transfer to Real Madrid

But Zinedine Zidane wanted one more piece as part of his "Revolution", as he specifically targeted Manchester United center midfielder Paul Pogba as a centerpiece signing.

According to Marca, Perez told the club's board members and partners during a meeting on Monday that Man United refused to sell Pogba, while Neymar's speculation came from the media, rather than the club.

The France World Cup victor was the subject of constant speculation during the summer transfer window after hinting that he was ready to leave Old Trafford.

Although adidas also sponsor Real Madrid, the likes of Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema are also sponsored by the brand at the Spanish club but Pogba is their poster boy at Manchester United.

And Ramos has no problem with that, saying the club is always willing to bring in players of Pogba's calibre. "Zlatan [Ibrahimovic]. Griezmann, because of the national team".

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Madrid spent a great deal of money this window and thus could not afford United's asking price, but since the Red Devils would feel more pressure next summer and Real's only other top target would be Kylian Mbappe, a deal would likely happen. "Oh, [Raphael] Varane, yes, and yes, with [Zinedine] Zidane, yes", he added.

As a result, Pogba remained at Old Trafford through the close of the transfer period, though it would not be surprising to see Madrid again linked to the France star in future windows.

Per a report from AS, Pogba's agent Mino Raiola has met with United, and the two sides are discussing a two-year extension that would include a well-deserved raise. "I would sum up in essence he is the same person, but better because he has more experience".

United will hope for Pogba to return to full fitness soon, as the club are entering a busy stretch of games.

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