EPL: Abramovich ready to sell Hazard to Real Madrid

Tanya Simon
March 20, 2019

Zidane "would be delighted" if the club signed "mainly" the Liverpool player.

"I have always said it".

Alvarez is the only backroom staff who has remained at the club after Jose Mourinho's sacking and David De Gea has been really pleased that Man United have kept him.

But Pogba's future may yet lie away from Old Trafford, with the 26-year-old declaring his admiration for Real Madrid at a press conference with the French national team on Wednesday. However, he knows that isn't realistic right now so he needs to listen to Zidane and please his manager with actual recruits.

"For now, I'm at Manchester".

"When a player is happy he wants to keep being happy - and he has a great relationship with all the players".

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Pogba then went on to insist he is happy at Manchester United - for the time being at least.

"As the English say, 'There's more to come!' If only you knew what we have planned for next season", he said on German TV show Doppelpass.

Pogba, who had been linked with an Old Trafford exit during recent transfer windows, admitted playing for the former France captain at one of the world's biggest clubs would be a dream.

But the Portuguese was sacked in December and was replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who has masterminded a remarkable turnaround at United. What was wrong? We were not winning. I think there's a big sea change in how they see things going forward. Without going into details, that's why.

'Of course we want him to stay, ' he added.

Despite being at Real Madrid for less than a year, Vinicius Jr has worked under three different coaches. They look like they will struggle to get into the top four.

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