Real Madrid are planning an ambitious move for Paul Pogba after speculation that the Manchester United midfielder is having regrets over his £89 million move from Juventus.
The France midfielder, whilst picking up two trophies last season, has seen the Red Devils fail to stay in contention to win the Premier League for a second straight season, with rivals Manchester City coasting toward the title this term.
The Sun says United would be unwilling to sell their talisman after just two years and with three years left on his five-year contract, despite a reportedly mixed relationship with manager Jose Mourinho of late.
Real would have to offer in excess of £120m to even stand a chance of landing the 24-year-old, the report claims, though another season in England is almost assured despite Real’s intentions.
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