Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has refused to rule out a potential arrival of Manchester United’s Paul Pogba in the forthcoming transfer session
Preparing for the squad overhaul at the end of the season, Los Blancos will change the face of the team that has brought a little joy to the fans this term.
La Liga giants seem to be on the verge of capturing the services of Chelsea forward Eden Hazard while they also look to lure Eintracht Frankfurt sensation Luka Jovic away from the Bundesliga.
However, the midfield has been Real’s weakest link this campaign as Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, and Isco Alarcon all struggled to live up to expectations.
Hence, Zinedine Zidane aims to bolster his midfield options this summer, and Manchester United hotshot Paul Pogba has emerged as one of his top targets.
However, the French manager has opted not to reveal Los Merengues’ plans for the summer although he has admitted there will be notable changes.
“There will be many changes in the squad, but many of the current players will remain,” the 46-year-old said.
“Pogba? I know him well, but today he is owned by Manchester United. At the end of the season, we will see what happens. I won’t talk about him anymore.”
On the other hand, the Red Devils superstar seems to be eager to unite with his fellow countryman at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, as United set to miss out on the Champions League next year.