Real Madrid planning to use Odegaard money to sign Paul Pogba

Real Madrid plotting a move for Paul Pogba.

Martin Odegaard was sold to Arsenal for £31.5m who was in desperate need of the playmaker.

Paul Pogba has been on Madrid’s radar since 2016 and many such reports claim that Madrid will use Odegaard’s transfer money to make a move for the highly-coveted French midfielder.

The French international has entered the final year of his contract and he could be a direct replacement for Luka Modric who’s in the latter years of his career.

Real Madrid can sign Pogba for free but only in the next summer as Ole Gunnar Solskajer expects Pogba to stay at United beyond the summer.

OGS said: “I expect him to be here when September 1 comes [after the transfer window closes on August 31].

“I’m not worried whatsoever that the length of any player’s contract changes the level of their motivation.

“You can’t expect to score five goals every game but you do expect the attitude to be right every game. I have no worries about Paul whatsoever.

“He’s enjoying his football and my job is to make sure we’re getting the best out of Paul.”

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