Real Madrid: Real reason Neymar, Pogba didn’t join Zidane’s men

Paul Pogba

But Zinedine Zidane wanted one more piece as part of his "Revolution", as he specifically targeted Manchester United center midfielder Paul Pogba as a centerpiece signing.

Ramos went on to extol the midfielder's virtues as a player, citing his performances at both Juventus and United, while hailing his importance to the squad.

"I think Bale's a great player and he's been really important for the club in the years he's been with us. Zlatan [Ibrahimovic]. Griezmann, because of the national team".

"When you wear this shirt, you know that everything is possible", Pogba said as Adidas and Manchester United created a documentary called Fabric of Football: Belief.

Madrid spent a great deal of money this window and thus could not afford United's asking price, but since the Red Devils would feel more pressure next summer and Real's only other top target would be Kylian Mbappe, a deal would likely happen.


The 13-time Uefa Champions League winners also seemingly did not have the financial means to afford Pogba, especially after making five first-team signings, although there is a new claim that suggests there could have been a third party at play. "Oh, [Raphael] Varane, yes, and yes, with [Zinedine] Zidane, yes". "I think this will be a good year and we have to do things right from the beginning".

United then close out September with a visit to London to face West Ham, and two home matches - a Carabao Cup clash against Rochdale and a Premier League match up against top-six rivals Arsenal.

Gareth Bale says he was made a scapegoat at Real Madrid and was surprised at the club's U-turn over his future.

AS reports that United are doing everything they can to convince Pogba to stay, as most people seem to believe he'll sign with Real next summer.

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