Daily Mail reports that French midfielder Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United team-mates that he wants to leave this summer.
According to reports from France, the club will not stand in Pogba’s way with Real Madrid being his next possible destination after he admitted earlier in the season that ‘every player has a dream of playing’ for the Zinedine Zidane side.
His departure has been fueled with club's potential failure to qualify for next season's Champions League with Juventus said to be keen on reuniting with the midfielder.
Zinedine Zidane remains desperate to sign his fellow countryman and, after recently returning to the Bernabeu for a second spell in charge, has been promised an enormous transfer budget to revamp the Real team.
Pogba has received enormous criticism for his erratic form for United this season and accepted that the players let the club down with a 'disrespectful' performance in the 4-0 defeat by Everton on Sunday.
L'Equipe claim in their newspaper on Wednesday that Pogba's exit this summer already 'appears to be programmed' as doubts continue to grow about his future at the club.
Pogba is said to want to compete for the Champions League on a regular basis and loves the idea of playing under Zidane at the Bernabeu.