Pogba considers going on strike to secure Real Madrid move

Paul Pogba is willing to do whatever it takes to secure his move to Real Madrid. The French midfielder wants Manchester United to let him go so he can work under Zinedine Zidane.

At the moment, according to ‘ABC’, Pogba is ready to hand in a ‘transfer request’ at United. If that doesn’t work, he will threaten to go on strike at his current club and not return for preseason training.

Once again the man in the middle of all this transfer talk is Mino Raiola. Madrid don’t want to spend more than €125m plus variables for Pogba whereas United are hoping to rake in closer to €180m.

Raiola is set to pocket €22m should Pogba secure his move to the Spanish capital with the player even willing to take a wage cut to join Real Madrid.