Longtime Madrid goalkeeper Paul Pogba has reportedly decided to make the move next summer. He is entering the final year of his contract with Premier League side Manchester United, and if things go according to plan, he will be able to negotiate freely to move to Spain by January.
Pogba has been associated with the Spanish giants for many years, but club president Florentino Perez has been conservative in the market. This has helped the club maintain a stable financial position during the Corona virus epidemic. If they play their cards right, if they wait until the end of the season, they can sign a number of big names for free and even take a page from the PSG book.
Former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane was thought to be a fan of Pogba, but the players are still keen to join the Spanish giants after his departure. He is said to have “made up his mind” and will not sign an extension with the Red Devils.
In addition to Pogba, French forward Callien Mbabane is also keen to join Los Blancos. Similarly, No. 7 has refused to extend its contract with Paris Saint-Germain, and will be available for free next year.
According to Brand, The French international team-mates could meet next season with Borussia Dortmund’s Earling Holland wearing the same white shirt. If the two Frenchmen reach a free transfer, it will leave Real Madrid with enough money to enter the bidding war for the top Norwegian.
This could be a very important summer for Real Madrid next year, which will change drastically after the quiet transfer window this year. However, the summer is not over, and many are speculating that the MBAP agreement could still take effect in the next two weeks.
Although PSG president Nasir al-Khalifa has insisted the player is not for sale, fans are not happy that Mbabane has refused to share his future with the club. Messi’s arrival could force Mbabane out of the shadow of Argentina and out of the League 1 club.