Real Madrid has no interest in signing Paul Pogba this summer, according to reports in Spain.

The French faced an uncertain future in Manchester United It has since pushed to move to the Bernabéu last summer, despite the failure of the potential switch.

Despite suffering an injury in the 2019/20 season, the Red Devils midfielder has made his way back into competition under coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season.

But that hasn’t stopped him from speculating about his long-term future, and he admitted this week that it was still his “dream” to play in Madrid.

However Spanish publication AS It was claimed that the Bernabeu heads have no intention of signing the 27-year-old.

Paul Pogba faces an uncertain future at Manchester United

Zinedine Zidane made PSG star Kylian Mbappe his # 1 goal and believes the club will prioritize signing fellow Pogba international instead.

Pogba currently plays for France, and came as a substitute in the match that Ukraine won 7-1 in a friendly match on Wednesday.

The midfielder’s contract is set to expire in the summer of 2021, although the club has an option to extend it for another year.

There has been talk that he might soon sign a new long-term deal at United, although this has yet to materialize.

Pogba is currently doing an international duty for France

Speaking before his country’s matches in the Nations League against Portugal and Croatia, Pogba did little to diminish rumors about his possible appointment with Los Blancos in the future.

When asked about the prospect of moving to La Liga, Pogba replied: “We have all heard these things said. What are we responding?

Yes, all football players want to play Real Madrid. Maybe it is a dream. It is a dream for me, so why not one day. ”

However, Pogba also insisted that his focus at the moment is entirely on United, and he appears determined to help the team change its poor form recently.

“I am in Manchester.” “We know this has been talked about a lot and I haven’t talked about it.

“I heard a lot of noise that I was going to leave and leave for the left and right clubs. Today, I’m still at Manchester United fighting to try to raise the club.”