Manchester United are determined to keep hold of Paul Pogba and will reject all bids for the midfielder this summer.
The French international has been linked with an exit from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and former club Juventus having been credited with an interest in a summer deal.
Real manager Zinedine Zidane has eyed a move for his compatriot as he plots a summer overhaul at the Bernabeu, with the La Liga side ready to significantly invest after a disappointing season in the Spanish capital.
Italian champions Juventus are believed to be interested in signing an elite midfielder this season, and have turned their attentions to former star Pogba who played for the Turin side between 2012 and 2016.
United, however, will stand firm and according to the Daily Mail will reject all approaches for the 26-year-old, who finished as the club’s top scorer last season with 16 goals in all competitions.
United chief Ed Woodward is determined not to sell Pogba, who has two years remaining on the contract he signed when joining United in a British transfer-record £89m deal in 2016.
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