The La Liga giants are reportedly cautious about matching the Frenchman’s present £280,000-a-week deal at Outdated Trafford
Actual Madrid are reluctant to match Paul Pogba’s wage calls for as a result of it might upset different huge earners like Gareth Bale and Sergio Ramos, studies declare.
The Manchester United midfielder has been closely linked with a summer season transfer to the Bernabeu after lately admitting it could be a ‘dream’ to play for Madrid.
Zinedine Zidane is considered planning a total overhaul of his present squad when the season ends – and the French icon is an admirer of his compatriot Pogba.
Nevertheless, in accordance with Spanish publication AS, the membership are cautious about matching Pogba’s present £280,000-a-week deal at Outdated Trafford.
That determine would make Pogba the highest-paid participant at Madrid, the newspaper claims, and the membership are frightened that may trigger friction within the dressing room.
AS says it would top Bale’s £250,000-a-week deal and captain Ramos’ £196,000-a-week packet.
It is understood Pogba would be unwilling to take a pay cut, which could see any potential move fall through.
However, the 26-year-old could see his current wages slashed by 25 per cent if Manchester United fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
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Pogba would be forced to accept the cut along with the rest of the squad due to an automatic clause in the players’ contracts.
The Frenchman and David de Gea are reportedly using the uncertainty around United’s top-four hopes to demand huge pay rises and offset the specter of a wage lower.