Manchester United star Paul Pogba has reportedly asked to be sold amid interest from Real Madrid.
The Frenchman has previously admitted that joining the Spanish side would be a dream, particularly if he was playing under his idol Zinedine Zidane.
The former Juventus man’s form has dipped after initially performing outstandingly under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Some believe his form has dropped due to being distracted over a potential move to Madrid.
Solskjaer also stopped short of confirming Pogba would remain at Old Trafford next season but did say he was determined to succeed with his current club.
According to the Mirror, AS report that the midfielder has made his intentions to leave clear, asking the Red Devils to depart after agreeing a £10m a year offer with Real.
Succeeding at Old Trafford might only be Paul’s ambition should his side qualify for next season’s edition of the Champions League.
It has been claimed his future at Manchester United is very much based on whether top four is achieved or not.
It makes sense given Pogba’s quality that he wouldn’t want to be with a side so clearly in transition and instead join Madrid where he’d be more likely to win a trophy or two.