Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane has spoken personally to Paul Pogba to tell him he would become a key player in the Spanish capital, according to OKDIARIO. The French Man United player has, say the same source, given the 'yes' to Zidane, and now a move would depend on Florentino Perez negotiating a deal with Manchester United.
The French coach tried to sign Pogba in 2016 but Man United bid 115m euros and took him from Juventus.
Pogba is interested in leaving. However it will be hard for Madrid to sign him as United don't want to sell. They say he's not for sale at any price, above all now that he's in good form and has improved a lot under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who was just named permanent coach.
The Sun say that Real Madrid are willing to offer 145m euros for Pog, who would want at least 16m euros salary net per season and his agent Mino Raiola would take 10 per cent of a hypotethical tranfer fee.