Manchester United: Real Madrid to offer huge swap deal for Pogba


The Spanish giants are set to test Manchester United’s resolve for Paul Pogba with a lucrative swap deal to land the World Cup winner.

The speculation around the future of Paul Pogba is always rife with rumours and gossip. It seems the French World Cup winner is being linked with a move away from Manchester United every single day from a new media outlet nowadays. The gossip is endless and it seems that Pogba does not have long left as a United player. His time is coming to an end and his return to Old Trafford has failed to live up to the hype which it was initially anticipated with.

Paul Pogba has enjoyed a mixed spell with Manchester United. After impressing at Juventus he was signed with the hope that he could take the club to the next level and once again return the red devils to their former glory days. However such promises never came to fruition and Manchester United failed to get the best out of Paul Pogba and replicate the form he had put in for Juventus prior to signing for the club.

Nonetheless after a stunning World Cup display in which he helped France lift the coveted trophy, Paul Pogba still remains one of the best midfielders in the world and it is no secret Spanish giants Real Madrid are hugely interested in Pogba’s services.

And according to Spanish outlet Eldesmarque via the Daily Express Real Madrid and Zinedine Zidane are so keen on bringing Pogba to the Spanish capital they are willing to offer two of their star players in exchange for the United player’s services. The two star players Eldesmarque claim are being offered up for Pogba are Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez who have both fallen down the pecking order at Real Madrid under the leadership of Zidane.

Such a lucrative deal will be hard to turn down for Solskjaer and United and with the quality of players being offered in exchange Manchester United will have a huge decision to make. Both Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez could be great additions at Old Trafford and bolster the club’s midfield and with Pogba not hugely committed to the club it might be time to let him go.

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What do you think should Manchester United accept this offer from Real Madrid for Paul Pogba?