Transfer: Real Madrid Adopt New Plan To Sign Pogba
Real Madrid have vowed to make Manchester United’s Paul Pogba their final signing this summer.
The LaLiga giant adopted a new plan to sign Pogba, which is being patient.
Madrid-based newspaper AS, reports that Real no longer feel the need to rush and are willing to wait until late in the transfer window.
They have also prepared £130m for Pogba, significantly below United’s valuation.
United had slapped a huge £180million price tag on the French World Cup winner.
The Spain capital club were initially thought to be desperate to complete the move before August 8 – deadline day in England.
That would have given United time to sign a replacement rather than shut up shop before the La Liga deadline on September 2.
AS also reports that Bruno Fernandez, Christian Eriksen and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic are back-up options should they miss out in signing Pogba.