Manchester United star Paul Pogba is reportedly preparing to secure a move to Real Madrid in the future despite remaining at Old Trafford this season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been adamant that his star player will remain at the club despite rumours suggesting otherwise.
There were also claims Pogba was unhappy at United but the Norwegian boss insisted he has no issues with staying put.
The talented Frenchman has made it publicly known he’d love to play for Madrid under Zinedine Zidane’s leadership so it shouldn’t be a surprise should he eventually move there.
Solskjaer may have just survived the battle to keep the former Juventus man but it’s likely he won’t be able to do the same thing again next summer.
According to the Mirror, Pogba will resist signing a new deal with the Red Devils as he’s adamant he sees his future at Madrid.
The sensational midfielder has two years remaining to his current deal with Solskjaer’s side said to have an option to extend it to three.
This means Manchester United are in the driving seat in terms of his future but they will not want the transfer saga from affecting the club any longer than it has to.