Pogba’s brother warns Man United, fuels Real Madrid transfer speculation

Pogba’s brother warns Man United, fuels Real Madrid transfer speculation

Cape Town - Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could still depart Old Trafford before the European window shuts, according to the France international's brother.

Bale reportedly skipped the trip to Germany, where Real played Tottenham and Fenerbahce, because he was furious with his treatment at the hands of Zidane and the club's president, Florentino Pérez, and felt he was not in the right frame of mind to play.

Pogba has said that he is "having fun" at Utd at the moment, however, it seems unlikely that he will still be at Old Trafford next season should they fail to qualify for the Champions League again.

The report goes on to add that Zinedine Zidane will need to offload some players before Real Madrid can submit a huge bid. However, United has, so far, rejected all offers proposed by the Spanish team.

However, older brother Mathias, who has recently signed for Madrid club CD Manchego, insists the deal is still alive.

"My brother and I think he needs one more midfielder".

"My brother is not worth €200m, but now the world of football is like that".

Mathias Pogba also says that it is a complicated situation, but if the player wants to leave and has his own personal goals, then that should be it.

"He has a good record and is an important player and I hope that all the players want to make it hard for me to pick the team". Until September 2 everything can happen.

Even though the Premier League clubs are not allowed to sign new players, clubs from other leagues, where the transfer window is still open, can sign players from English clubs. "Everyone can give their opinion about the new players, and those who were already there".

Spanish newspaper AS said the French coach was "trapped in a maze" over how to line up his team in the new campaign, while Marca said there were "many doubts" to resolve.

Pogba created two of Manchester United's goals in their landslide victory over their top-four rivals.

Eden Hazard will miss the start of the season after sustaining a thigh injury in training on Friday, the day before Real Madrid's La Liga opener against Celta Vigo.



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