The Bernabeu team will not recruit Paul Pogba in the context of the current squad having to reduce wages because of Covid-19.
If all the contracts were on loan back to the Bernabeu this summer, coach Zinedine Zidane would own a total of 36 players. In the case of “Los Blancos” making a deal, Pogba will help them cut down the bulky squad, but the French midfielder’s salary is still a big obstacle.
Pogba disillusioned with Real Madrid because of salary
According to the Daily Mail, Real Madrid is likely to abandon the deal to sign Paul Pogba for fear his wages will spark conflicts in the dressing room. The Covid-19 epidemic left many major clubs in Europe with financial losses. Not long ago, Real Madrid persuaded the team to reduce their salaries by 10% to support the club.
Spanish football suffered about € 300 million in losses due to the Covid-19 epidemic and Real Madrid players are likely to have to cut further salaries next year. The management of the Bernabeu Stadium could not bring him to Pogba and gave him a salary of 16.6 million euros per year.
Casemiro, who is about to extend his contract until 2023, and Sergio Ramos, who has yet to negotiate an extension, are expected to appeal to the management of Real Madrid recruits Manchester United midfielder and earn him a salary. high.
President Florentino Perez is facing “austerity” amid the ongoing renovation of the Bernabeu stadium and a loan of 575 million euros last year.
The current priority of Real Madrid is to recruit Kylian Mbappe from PSG next year or wait for the player’s contract to expire in 2022. The players in the dressing room will welcome Mbappe even if the French striker Gets a high salary, but not Pogba. PSG’s young talent is capable of bringing Real Madrid back to glory and is only 21 years old.
Real Madrid used 4 stars to exchange Paul
The four names coach Zidane put on the negotiating table include James Rodriguez, Martin Odegaard, Lucas Vazquez, and Brahim Diaz. These are all names that are not in the plan of “Los Blancos” in the next season.
The Covid-19 epidemic caused financial hardship for clubs across Europe. In the upcoming transfer period, the plan to exchange players will be preferred by the teams, instead of spending large amounts of money to recruit stars.
Man Utd has not made any move about letting Pogba go to Real Madrid. The Frenchman has just returned from training and was coached by coach Ole Solskjaer with Bruno Fernandes. The Norwegian military coach seems to be planning to use the midfielder duo for the rest of the season.
Pogba’s retention is one of the Reds’ top priorities in the upcoming transfer window. In addition, the Old Trafford team are in contact with Dortmund about the case of Jadon Sancho. MU is ready to use Alexis Sanchez, with the money to bring the child born in 2000 back to England to play.