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Mino Raiola has caused some confusion as he confirmed that he would take Paul Pogba to Real Madrid this summer.
However, recently Manchester United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that the Frenchman is going nowhere.
Raiola claims that Pogba is focused on getting United back into the Champions League this season, but his comments about Real Madris only increase the uncertainty surrounding the 27-year-old.
“I definitely want to take a great player to Real Madrid, and I will try to do so this summer,” he said.
“It would be a source of pride for me and my players because Real Madrid are a great club.”
Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane has not only once expressed his desire to bring Pogba to Madrid, while Juventus are also keen on taking him back to Turin.
However United are not sure that any club is ready to pay £150million valuation for their record signing.
In an interview with Marca, Raiola said:
“Paul is going through a tough time. However, let’s be clear, because in England they are very sensitive, Pogba is only focusing on bringing a great end to the season with Manchester United.
“He wants to come back into the team and ensure that United can reach the Champions League.
“You can never say what will happen, today we just don’t know. At this moment, the only things that matter are the club and the team.
“Then, after, we can see what is possible; there was great interest in him last year, but it wasn’t possible. We’ll see what happens.”
Pogba has made just eight appearances for the Red Devils this season and missed most of the games due to ankle and foot injuries.
Source- Evening Standard