Paul Pogba & Real Madrid: ‘It’s inevitable’
That’s according to Spanish daily AS this Sunday.
Paul Pogba’s Man United exit to join Real Madrid is reportedly “essential” for Los Blancos, following their difficult pre-season so far.
After four matches, Real Madrid are yet to win this summer.
This weekend, Atletico Madrid scored seven goals against their city rivals.
Following that humiliation, AS tell their readers the following:
The signing of Paul Pogba is an obligation after Real Madrid’s bad start of the season.
How much will Paul Pogba cost Real Madrid?
AS claim that Man United are talking about a 200 million euro price-tag for Pogba.
The Spanish paper suggest that the lowest Pogba will be sold for is 150 million euros.
At the same time, “Pogba should inherit (Gareth) Bale’s 14.5 million salary”, report AS.
Pogba’s move to Real Madrid looks now to be in its closing stages and boosted by Madrid’s poor preseason form with the board now desperate to bring him in. Bruno Fernandez and Milinkovic Savic being tied up to replace him
https://t.co/42fpailmQN via @diarioas
— Tim Hanlon (@CatalanDream) July 28, 2019
Man United targets: Bruno Fernandes & Sergej Milinkovic-Savic
AS go on to suggest that Man United may replace Pogba with two players.
The first is Portuguese international Bruno Fernandes.
This weekend, Italian daily the Corriere dello Sport have claimed that Man United are ready to splash 70 million euros on the Sporting CP midfielder.
CdS also reported that Man United’s deal for Bruno Fernandes could be completed imminently.
At the same time, Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is also being tipped for a move to Manchester.
AS claim that SMS has “reached an agreement to go to Old Trafford for 75 million euros”.
Could Man United sign Aston Villa’s John McGinn?
Claims that Aston Villa’s John McGinn could join Man United are back this Sunday.
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) July 27, 2019
But can a report in the Sun be trusted? The tabloid claim:
Sir Alex Ferguson wants his old club to sign Aston Villa’s Scottish terrier John McGinn.
Earlier in the summer, it was claimed that Man United could offer 50 million pounds for McGinn.
— The Sun Football ⚽ (@TheSunFootball) June 29, 2019
On Saturday, McGinn scored a brilliant solo effort for Villa in a 4-1 win at Charlton.
Watch that goal below:
Watch it again.
— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) July 27, 2019