Real Madrid have been told this summer will be the best time for them to transfer to Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba. According to Spanish newspaper AS, there is an admission between United and midfielder Pogba that it is high time to part ways.
Talks on the new contract have failed and any Pogbas retention for next season will only diminish his value. Read also: United lower the price of Pogbas Real coach Zinedine Zidane has made no secret that he wants to work with the 27-year-old, but President Florentino Perez is not yet fully convinced.
Last summer, Real made an effort but was soon withdrawn after the Frenchman was valued at 200m euros by United. But, 12 months later, things will change, with United cutting the asking price by half.
Pogba and De Gea plan to leave United this summer Zidane and Pogba met in Dubai last October, prompting further talks on the transfer of the player to the Santiago Bernabeu. They both spent several days in the UAE and had been talking for a long time together.