Real Madrid are reportedly ready to offer four players in exchange for Manchester United star Paul Pogba.
The Spanish giants are long-term admirers of the French midfielder but have so far been unable to strike a deal with the Red Devils.
However, it is claimed that Los Blancos are prepared to part with four players as part of their offer.
The Sun claim Martin Odegaard, Lucas Vazquez, James Rodriguez, and Brahim Diaz have all been put forward as they look to finally get a deal over the line.
Pogba hasn’t featured for United since September but is back in training ahead of the proposed Premier League resumption.
United fans are excited to see Pogba alongside January signing Bruno Fernandes, who hit the ground running at Old Trafford before the coronavirus crisis halted the campaign.
The pair trained alongside each other this week and Fernandes took to Instagram to document the session, uploading a picture of himself and the Frenchman.
He captioned the picture, “PP” and tagged the World Cup winner in the post alongside an ‘explosion’ emoji, suggesting there will be fireworks when the two finally take to the pitch together for United.
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Meanwhile, Scott McTominay has lauded his teammate for his physicality and agility in the center of the field.
Pogba has come under fire from the likes of Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness recently, but
McTominay believes the former Juventus star is up there with the best.
Speaking in an interview with United’s
Box to Box, McTominay said: “You’ve got the physique and the presence to hold people off and the burst of speed where you can get through as well.
“There are so many good examples of it in world football. Paul’s probably one of the best examples of it, he’s very, very powerful and gets across the grass really, really quickly.
“It’s a dangerous tool to have in the middle of the pitch as well.”
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