Paul Pogba rejects Manchester United

Juventus and France midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly told his agent Mino Raiola that a move to Manchester United does not appeal to him.
The midfielder has revealed that he would prefer moving to Real Madrid despite being told to stay at United for three years before moving to the capital club.
Paul Pogba
According to Manchester Evening News Pogba would prefer remaining at his current club if a Madrid transfer can’t be worked out.
His agent, Mino Raiola has advised the player to leave for United and work with Jose Mourinho for three years before going to Madrid but he would not move in 2019 when he would be 26.
Madrid’s interest in Pogba has cooled with both Marca and AS claiming that the Spanish giants are looking into his France teammate N’Golo Kante, as Florentino Perez has never been Pogba’s biggest fan.
Jorge Mendes, Jose Mourinho’s agent, has been appointed by United to negotiate for Pogba by meeting with Raiola.
It is believed that discussions so far have been fruitful, and that the Manchester club are as close as they have ever been to signing the sought-after midfield enforcer whom they allowed to leave for free four years ago.
Two of Raiola’s clients – Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan – are expected to join Mourinho at Old Trafford very soon.

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