Paul Pogba makes HUGE Ed Woodward demand – Spanish report reveals MAJOR Man Utd decision

Paul Pogba makes HUGE Ed Woodward demand – Spanish report reveals MAJOR Man Utd decision

Pogba continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid as questions remain over his future at Old Trafford.

The Frenchman’s form has taken a hit recently, which has fuelled further talk that he is ready to quit Manchester for a second time.

But according to a shock new report in Spain, Pogba has ALREADY asked United chiefs if he can leave in the summer.

AS today report that the midfielder has spoken to Ed Woodward and co to try and push through a move to Madrid in the summer.

The publication claims Pogba already has an agreement in place with Los Blancos which will see him earn €10m (£8.6m) after tax.

The former Juventus star currently earns £290,000-per-week at Old Trafford but could see his wages cut should the club finish outside the top four this season.

Reports in Spain earlier this week suggested Zinedine Zidane was desperate to land his fellow countryman this summer.

But Madrid chiefs were said to be less keen due to the finances involved.

News of Pogba’s demand comes after:

Pogba has been the target of criticism in recent games as United lost to Everton and rivals Manchester City.

And after the derby in midweek, United legend Roy Keane did not hold back.

“I wouldn’t believe a word he says. There is no meaning behind it. I don’t even think he believed what he was saying there,” he said after watching Pogba give an interview.

“He’s on about being a team-mate, if you’re going to be a good team-mate you’ve got to run back when you’re defending. It all got a bit heated after the game against Everton, I heard they were throwing their hair-gel at each other. It got that heated.

“The guy is a talented boy, but we’re saying the same thing over and over again. The number of times we’ve seen him in games where he is not sprinting or running back.

“He’s talking about body language – but throws his hands up in the air. He’s a big problem for United.”

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