FOOTBALL-Mercato - Real Madrid: Zinedine Zidane would encourage Paul Pogba to imitate Eden Hazard for his transfer!

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Not wanting to go to war with Manchester United, Real Madrid would have advised Paul Pogba to take example on Eden Hazard who managed to bend Chelsea for his transfer to Casa Blanca.

Yet having achieved a month of June of madness with no less than five recruits, Real Madrid is experiencing a decline in the early July. A phenomenon quite normal, since the merengue club has invested more than 300M € to get their hands on Eden Hazard, Luka Jovic or Ferland Mendy. In order to be able to storm the transfer market again, Real Madrid is in the middle of a degreasing operation. Having collected the sum of 125M €, Casa Blanca would recover 200M € more in the optics to launch the big maneuvers for Paul Pogba, an expensive file that is the priority of Zinedine Zidane to strengthen his midfield.

Pogba pushed to talk with Manchester by Real Madrid?
Determined to satisfy Zinedine Zidane during this transfer window, Florentino Pérez expects to use the same procedure as Eden Hazard for Paul Pogba
According to ABC, Real Madrid would like Paul Pogba and his representative Mino Raiola to talk with Ed Woodward to let him know that the Manchester United player would like to leave the Reds for Real Madrid. Thus, once the vice president knows concretely the intentions of Pogba, he could open negotiations with the Merengue, a similar approach to that used in the Eden Hazard file with Chelsea. Real Madrid would not want to hurt Manchester by pushing Pogba to pressure the Manchester club while alerting the press or not making their intentions known. Madrid would play cards on the table to maintain good relations between the two clubs. Case to follow ...
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