Manchester United is prepared to listen to offer for Paul Pogba and they are set to sell him to Real Madrid in January, according to report.
That's according to Okdiario's chief pundit Eduardo Inda, when speaking on El Chiringuito.
"(Real coach Zinedine) Zidane has an obsession, which is still Pogba. The French coach is a person of fixed ideas and insists on Paul.
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"They will try in January and there have already been the first contacts with United. In the conversations that still exist between emissaries from Madrid and United, a name has been put forward: Toni Kroos.
"United tried to sign Toni Kroos this summer and he is the one that Manchester would put as a condition.
"For him, they offered this summer €75m and that caused his renewal with the Merengues."
Pogba is unwilling to extend his deal at Old Trafford and it would be wise for Manchester United to cash in on their most expensive signing before he runs down his contract and go for cheap price or nothing, considering the high price of player in the crazy transfer market.