The Los Blancos has reportedly shown interest once again in securing the services of Manchester United Paul Pogba. The Zinedine Zidane side made another whooping offer of £70m in a bid of convincing Manchester United towards selling their most priced asset.
Unfortunately for the Spain capital club, the red devil’s rejected the offer claiming “Pogba is not for sale” The United manager; OGS said he would love to see Paul make a defensive partnership with their January portuguese transfer signing Bruno Fernandez.
Paul Pogba who celebrated his 27th birthday last month made a club record fee of £89m to former boyhood club Manchester United. Pogba who spent most of this season on sidelines after undergoing an ankle injury last season said he would love to make a new challenge with a host of top European clubs fighting for his signature which failed to materialise. Real Madrid are the latest club to make an offer for the French world cup winner.