Real Madrid will not rush into making an offer for Paul Pogba as they are unsure whether it is a wise decision to sign the Manchester United ace, according to a report.
Real Madrid chiefs reportedly have doubts over whether it is a wise choice to push ahead with a move for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane is believed to have pushed for the Spanish giants to sign Pogba, who has endured a mixed campaign for United.
The France international is expected to cost in the region of £120m to sign which, according to Spanish outlet Marca, is sounding alarm bells behind the scenes at the Bernabeu.
Madrid are said to be in advanced stages to land Eden Hazard from Chelsea, but the report indicates that they are not rushing into a deal to sign fellow Premier League star Pogba.
Even if the La Liga side do push ahead with an offer, Pogba would have to agree to take a significant wage cut on the £15.5m he currently makes every year.
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