Paul Pogba has reportedly agreed a five-year, €40m contract with Real Madrid, leaving only a fee to be negotiated with Juventus.
According to Sky Sport Italia, as per Sport, Florentino Perez and Mino Raiola met several days ago to discuss a contract for Pogba, in the event that a deal could be agreed with Juve, and those talks appear to have reached a satisfactory outcome.
Paul Pogba has been Real Madrid’s priority for the summer as reports confirmed Juventus could be offered Isco in part-exchange for the famous midfielder.
No doubts, the France international fits Madrid like a glove, possessing strength, skills, vision and youthfulness that makes him a perfect fit for any top level club.
The former Manchester United player has been considered one of the world’s greatest notwithstanding his age in the round leather game.
Pogba has a spectacular style and a high media profile. Most importantly, his fellow countryman Zinedine Zidane has permitted Real Madrid to get the youngster’s signatures.
Reports say, Juventus has been reluctant to seal the deal, having rejected Barcelona a year ago after Messi’s side refused to agree on €100m price-tag.
Real Madrid are reportedly hoping to leverage on the Old Lady’s interest in Isco, to strike a deal on Pogba at a reduced cost.
There’s also the chance Juve would be interested in former Inter midfielder Mateo Kovacic, particularly if they’re barred from Andre Gomes by Valencia, and Madrid could offer both players for Pogba, a report confirmed.
Los Blancos will keep an eye on Pogba Euro 2016 games unfold.