Paul Pogba has opened up about his future at Man United as he also speaks on possible move to Real Madrid.
The French man was greatly linked to leaving Old Trafford for Santiago Bernabeu in the recent past but had to stay back when no deal was materialized.
With the arrival of Van De Beek, Pogba leaving now can be possible considering the possibility of pairing Matic, Beek and Bruno in the center turning out well.
Following an interview today, the World cup winner shared of his desires to be a Real Madrid star as he stated that any player would dream of playing Madrid.
“As I said, I’m in Manchester and I love my club,” Pogba said when asked about his future at United.
“I’m performing in Manchester, I’m enjoying myself and I want to do everything to put the club back where it deserves to be. I’ll give my all, just like my teammates”.
“I think there will then be a time when the club will come to speak to me and maybe offer me something, or not. For now, nothing has happened. I can’t tell you something I don’t know.”
When asked about Zidane, the 27-year-old said; “Zidane? We all heard it, things were said. My reply? Yes, every football player would like to play at Real Madrid. It may be a dream. It’s a dream for me, why not one day.”
“I prefer to focus on the ball and especially my comeback. I haven’t been told anything. I haven’t spoken with Ed Woodward.
“We haven’t spoken about a renewal. For now, I’m in Manchester and I’m thinking about coming back to the best of my ability.”
The French man created two fine goals during the France game and hopes to repeat similar when he returns for club duties.