Real Madrid: Would you take Paul Pogba in Madrid?

Manchester United, Paul Pogba (Photo credit should read ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP via Getty Images)
Manchester United, Paul Pogba (Photo credit should read ROBERT ATANASOVSKI/AFP via Getty Images) /

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane is interested in French midfielder Paul Pogba. Is he worth enough to play for the Whites?

Zidane is showing interest in Pogba for a long time now and the French connection between them is visible. Pogba who is a United flop is now keen to leave the club and is heavily linked with Real Madrid. Pogba is 27 and considering the age factor of Pogba, he may continue for five to six-year at any club.

Real Madrid is filled with an enormous number of astonishing midfielders. Taking Pogba would be a big problem for Zidane to play them all together. Luka Modric and Toni Kross are in top form. This duo is irreplaceable and fans won’t like seeing anyone else instead of them. Young midfielders like Fede Valverde and Martin Ødegaard are already in their top form, especially Valverde.

In this Pandemic every club is going through a financial crisis. It’s the same in Madrid, the club has requested a pay cut from the players as well as the staff. Perez will have to break the banks for Pogba as his value is high. Pogba will demand a huge salary too. Looking at the current condition of the club It’s not great to take Pogba in Madrid.

Real Madrid is on the verge to sign some great names next season. Kylian Mbappe and Eduardo Camavinga are on the list. Saving the money for this talent is much more important rather than wasting it on Pogba. This midfield now is perfect and it has a good depth. In financial ways signing Pogba would the worst decision made by the club.

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Looking at every factor makes a clear conclusion that taking Pogba in is bad for the club. Zidane should drop the plan of getting the french midfielder. Pogba should find some other destination as I think he won’t get much playing time here in Madrid. It’s best for the club and for Pogba that this deal doesn’t go ahead. Personally, I think this would be a bad deal for the club. Let’s see what’s written in Pogba’s faith.