Even though Paul Pogba has had nothing but praise for recently-appointed boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, it looks like the midfielder would be on his way out of Old Trafford in the summer.
Despite a recent improvement in form and a much-needed confidence boost by the Norweigan boss, Manchester United's Paul Pogba is still trying to orchestrate a move out of England in the next couple of months.
Naturally, with Real Madrid re-appointing Zinedine Zidane as their new full-time string-puller, the Spanish giants are now on a prime position to make a run at the Frenchman, who has lauded his compatriot earlier in the past.
While on international duty, Pogba stated playing under Zinedine Zidane's command was "a dream for anyone", and he and his agent Mino Raiola are bound to fulfill such dream with a move to Santiago Bernabeu.
Florentino Perez won't hesitate to spend a big buck on the midfielder, as the World Cup winner is one of the highest-ranked players on his position, so the team is set to submit a £125 million for the Frenchman, as per The Sun.
It looks like Zidane wants to part ways with either Casemiro or Dani Ceballos in the summer, and while the Brazilian has been a stud all year long, landing Pogba would certainly a major upgrade for a team that struggled to find consistency throughout the season.
However, it looks like Zidane won't stop there, as recent reports claim Real Madrid would also consider making a move for want-away Adrien Rabiot, another young and talented French midfielder that could significantly improve their squad.
The 23-year-old was bound to make a move to Barcelona, but it looks like Zizou has set his eye on him and could try and pursue him even if they land Pogba, according to Spanish outlet AS.