Following his latest struggles to shine for Manchester United, the Premier League side is reportedly ready to sell Paul Pogba after lowering their asking price for the club-record signing.
Pogba, who came through the Red Devils' youth academy, returned to Old Trafford at a whopping cost of €105 million (R1.97 billion) in 2016, but has often been criticised for not living up to that price tag.
The 27-year-old is yet to score or provide an assist in the Premier League this season, and has once again come under fire following United's poor start to the campaign.
While rumours suggest that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be sacked if his side lose to Everton on Saturday, the club is reportedly ready to put Pogba on the market in 2021, despite only recently activating a clause that extended his contract until June 2022.
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According to AS, who cited Calciomercato, United have lowered their asking price for the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner to €60 million (R1.1 billion), and Real Madrid could be keen to jump at the opportunity.
Los Blancos coach Zinedine Zidane is a long-time admirer of the midfielder and could finally lure him to the Santiago Bernabeu, especially after the Madrid club did not make a single signing in the most recent transfer window.
Overall, Pogba has made 178 appearances for United, scoring 34 goals and assisting a further 40 strikes.