Spanish giants Real Madrid have reportedly made a final decision on Paul Pogba, who is heading into the final six months of his contract at Manchester United.
Pogba will be allowed to negotiate with other clubs from 1 January 2022 as his contract with the Red Devils is set to expire at the end of the season.
Los Blancos have long been linked with a move for the French World Cup winner as club president Florentino Perez wants to bring in a few 'Galacticos' next season when the Santiago Bernabeu is done with construction.
However, Marca have reported that Madrid are no longer intrested in signing the 28-year-old even if he becomes a free agent in June.
The news does come as a surprise, with the Spanish publication have changed their stance with regards the French midfielder heading to next season.
Los Blancos still have Toni Kroos, Luka Modric, Casemiro and Federico Valverde on the books while the club also managed to seal the signing of Pogba's France teammate Eduardo Camavinga in the last transfer window.
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