The latest word around the rumour mill is that Manchester United's Paul Pogba is back on Real Madrid's radar, and the Spanish giants are ready to offer Gareth Bale as well as €100million in exchange for the Frenchman.
The French midfielder has always been linked with a move to Los Blancos, with the player himself admitting he could look for new challenge.
However, one journalist was quick to point out Pogba said "it could be time for a new challenge" in the summer while his agent, Mino Raiola, confirmed that he wanted to leave United.
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Pogba was captured on camera discussing with Zidane by a hotel pool during his rehab from injury in Dubai.
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The pair encountered each other at the top class training facility being used by Pogba as he aims to get back to full fitness. "Now he is recovering, he is mending", Solskjaer submitted.
Their struggles could see him push for a move again either in January or next summer, with Real Madrid appearing his most likely destination.
"He's been on a few days off working but he's away from here, and then there's a picture". When you're at Man United you get pictures taken of you.
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