FLORENTINO SETS LIMITS
Real Madrid coul go for Pogba with a lowball offer
Published:20/02/2020 - 08:05h
Updated:20/02/2020 - 08:06h
Real Madrid is already preparing its targets for the summer 2020, and one of them would be Paul Pogba again. In England is said that Florentino Pérez has set limits and that Manchester United will receive a lowball offer
The summer 2020 transfer market is already leaving some news, and Real Madrid will be one of its great protagonists. In addition to an outgoing operation that should lighten Zinedine Zidane's crowded costumes, some capitals that excite the fans are expected in the capital, satisfied with the team's return to the title fight but demanding after a season of painful shortages.
In England they say that whites could re-negotiate for Paul Pogba, a firm request from Marseilles that he has not yet been able to realize. According to the 'Daily Mail', the coach has called on the club to insist on his countryman, who was pressed just a few months ago but who was left planted due to the high demands of Manchester United, which placed his price on some intimidating 180 millions of euros.
The aforementioned average specifies that this time, Florentino Pérez has set a limit, and its downward offer will not move of 60 'kilos'. The top Madrid president believes that Lagny-sur-Marne is no longer a priority, because his coach has consolidated a pearl like Fede Valverde and would also be willing to accept the arrival of Donny van de Beek. In Old Trafford, however, they will not make gifts.
Despite the fact that in recent months they have begun to take over, the 'red devils' expect fair compensation for the Frenchman. It is true that his recent injuries and the closeness of the end of his contract, which expires on June 30, 2021, have caused a dangerous devaluation, but the intention is that his suitors dare to put 100 million on the table, an amount that It would be around what was invested to sign him.
Mino Raiola set a date a few days ago to the talks for his departure, but could play against the 'merengues'. The controversial Italian-Dutch representative acknowledged that the midfielder wants to change his air and commented that after Euro 2020 he will have news, but he also dropped that crack would not reject a Juventus proposal because he considers Italy "his second home".
Real Madrid could get tangled up in another Hazard case
The will of the player may not be insurance for Real Madrid, which was already forced to go through the box to tie Eden Hazard. The Belgian repeatedly stressed that he wanted to play at the Santiago Bernabéu, also frequented the infirmary and also had only one more year of contract, but Chelsea did not give up and had to pay 100 million euros plus 40 in variables for the Londoners to give their arm to twist