Real Madrid are on bidding to convince Paul Pogba

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Real Madrid are on the verge of winning a bid to convince Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, who is one of two France internationals alongside Kylian Nbappe. Pointed to be a free agent from Paris Saint-Germain as well.

The report by the ‘ Idea Rio Aschaffenburg ‘ That powers the La Liga Spain put the hosts, aged 28 years. That was the first army in the summer of 2022 as projects to build new blood of football strength Frenchmans.  

To be able to join forces with the new Mbappe Plus the same face as Karim Benzema , Eduardo Kamawinka or  Fairland Land Mendy.

This is a new policy of ‘ Los Blancos ‘ in the era of income crisis, recovered from the Covid- 19 epidemic. That has stopped buying ready-to-use expensive ones. Attracting superpower status plus the potential to pay large wages  

If Pogba choose to sign free fall ‘ King of Clay ‘ to get the wages per year of 15 million euros ( about 12.8 million pounds / average of around 2.7 billion pounds – the – week ) rating with David Alabama now. Free transfer from Bayern Munich.

Real Madrid are on bidding to convince Paul Pogba

Overall, Pogba’s performance against Manchester United is outstanding, with 7 assists from 7 league games.

It would be the second time that Pogba walked away from Old Trafford for nothing, having left on a free transfer to join Juventus in 2012. He rejoined the Premier League giants in 2016 for £90mb. But he’s failed to bring the silverware that was expected to follow his arrival.

Pogba is hesitant to commit his long-term future to Man Utd, while 90min has revealed. That members of the club’s hierarchy share similar concerns about handing the midfielder a contract. That would make him the highest-paid player in the English top flight, breaking the £400,000-a-week barrier.

These major doubts on both sides of the deal are causing negotiations to stall, and that is where Madrid come in. Los Merengues are major admirers of Pogba. He is having attempted to sign him from Juve in 2016, and then again during Zinedine Zidane’s reign in 2019.