Paul Pogba is on the verge of signing a new deal to join Real Madrid, and football experts in his country have already gotten their hands on some details regarding his negotiation with the Spanish giants.
According to a report by Telefoot journalist Frederic Caleng, Pogba is "details" away from signing a deal with Los Blancos, which would also fulfill Mino Raiola's promise to see him joining a La Liga side in 2019. Caleng revealed that Pogba has grown increasingly tired of the pressure mounting against him at Old Trafford, which is only edging him closer to a transfer.
Pogba's stance has also made Manchester United execs think twice about the player's commitment to the club, which will facilitate his intentions to leave Old Trafford. Fans seem to agree, as a number of them that traveled to Goodison Park criticized Pogba for not waving at them after being destroyed by Everton. Pogba was seen chatting with Kurt Zouma as his team-mates showed their respect to Manchester United fans that witnessed that disappointing display live.
Pogba is also keen on lowering his wage demands to join Los Blancos, according to Caleng. Right now, Pogba is the best-paid player at Manchester United, but he would also take a massive paycut if the team fails to qualify for next year's UEFA Champions League.
The player's unwillingness to improve his attitude will reportedly see Manchester United lower their transfer demands. Sources close to the Red Devils' hierarchy hint that the club would be willing to sell the star for a bit over $135M.