Eden Hazard puts Real Madrid transfer talk on hold

Rex Christensen
March 21, 2019

Yet Real have persistently been interested in Pogba and there were suggestions he could have left Old Trafford last summer when his relationship with Jose Mourinho broke down.

Real Madrid superstar Gareth Bale has reportedly emerged as a surprise summer transfer target for reigning German champions Bayern Munich. Bayern Munich are in the market for a winger as Arjen Robben is set to move on at the end of the season, when his contract expires, while Franck Ribery will also see his deal with the Bavarian giants run out.

"I've watched videos on Zidane as a player and he was incredible". He's now attracting the interest of another club, one in white.

"I'm at Manchester and I'm happy".

Pogba then went on to insist he is happy at Manchester United - for the time being at least.

"As the English say, 'There's more to come!' If only you knew what we have planned for next season", he said on German TV show Doppelpass.

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Paul Pogba has again prompted speculation he could leave Manchester United by describing Real Madrid as a "dream".

Zidane later confirmed Madrid held talks with Pogba but a deal failed to materialise, and Pogba himself claimed he could have signed for Madrid or Barcelona instead of United.

Pogba has now scored 14 goals and provided 11 assists in 37 games across all competitions, far more than Madrid's current first-choice central midfielders Luka Modric and Toni Kroos, who have five goals and 11 assists between them.

European powerhouse Real Madrid are ready to test the resolve of the Liverpool boardroom by putting together a package to attempt to side forward Sadio Mane, according to France Football.

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