I like Manchester United star Pogba a lot — Real Madrid's Zidane

Belgian Real Madrid soccer player Thibaut Courtois
Belgian Real Madrid soccer player Thibaut Courtois

01 April, 2019

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has finally broken his silence on the reports linking Paul Pogba with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu.

"I like Pogba a lot, it's nothing new", he said.

"We have some players who are a little bit exhausted now, of course", Sarri continued.

Zidane then discussed rumors surrounding Kylian Mbappe. When I arrived at Real Madrid the cost of my transfer was 70 million euros and it was insane and now look where we are going.

"I don't know, two possibilities, I think". We don't know what the future holds. "You can ask Hazard, or the club", Sarri told a news conference on Friday when asked if Zidane's Madrid return changed the scenario.

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He said, "There's a lot of talking that goes on". Gareth is an important member of the squad, we know what he has done here, especially in the Champions League finals.

"But, ultimately, Manchester United are very professional and I'm sure they'll make sure the players they want to keep they do keep".

The last-gasp win left Madrid third in the standings with 57 points after 29 games, while second-placed Atletico Madrid have 59 and runaway leaders Barcelona are on 69.

"He will have a little bit more help on choosing and selection, but more importantly the decision I would say 100 per cent will be the manager's choice". He has been here eight years and has done phenomenally well so far.

For the game against Huesca, Zidane will impose the philosophy he did in his first game and with nothing at stake, will give rest to the internationals who came back after the break at less than peak fitness. "I'm at Manchester and I'm happy".

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