Manchester United could be forced to accept a hefty loss on their prized asset, Paul Pogba come the summer, with Dailymail claiming that Spanish giants, Real Madrid value him at no more than £50million.
United could be forced to sell Pogba for a much lower price than the then world-record fee of £89m that they paid for him in 2016, following recent incidents which point that the Frenchman is keen to leave Old Trafford in the summer.
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The 26-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Spain or former club, Juventus and while he was valued at around £150million last summer - his market value has declined because he will have only one-year left on his contract with the Red Devils come July.
The Los Blancos were said to be favourites for his signature, but it looks unlikely that they will make a move for him as they are currently looking to lure Kylian Mbappe from Paris Saint-Germain, while he would be too expensive for Juventus - who would first need to sell some players in order to launch a bid for him.
The Frenchman who has missed the majority of the season due to injury is keen to leave Old Trafford at any cost, with his brother, Mathias, confirming his decision, claiming, "Everyone knows that Paul wants to leave Manchester United — he wants to play Champions League football and win titles. We all know that won’t happen at United. We will see what happens this summer."