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Real Madrid still preying on Pogba

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Real Madrid still preying on Pogba

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Real Madrid have changed their tactics in order to get Paul Pogba. The Spanish club believes it is better to wait until the summer when the Manchester United star will only have one year left on his contract.

According to 'Sport', Real Madrid wants to try another maneuver to try to reach an agreement with United for Pogba. As it has been done in other occasions, the club prefers to wait and let the player exhaust the length of his contract.

Pogba has a contract with Manchester United until June 2021. Real Madrid would therefore wait until the summer when there is just one year left before his contract expires, and then make their offer.

The Bernabeu offices do not want to pay more than 100 million euros for the French star, who is experiencing a delicate moment at Old Trafford, immersed in many doubts because of his irregular performance, along with the rest of the team.

United would be more inclined to let Pogba out in the summer than they are now, as the season is long and he can be an important part of Solskjaer's plans. United's poor relationship with Raiola, the player's agent, is another factor to consider.

With Pogba's departure so close, either sold or after his contract expires, United could give in and finally let Pogba go to Real Madrid. Moreover, a great offer, considering the circumstances, could convince all parties.

Pogba is a player that Florentino Perez, and Zinedine Zidane are very fond of. He has been on Real Madrid's wish list for very long, and they could be implementing the same tactic used for Hazard's and Courtois' signing: to exhaust their rivals, make a great offer, and finally get the player, like a predator with his prey.

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