Real Madrid make transfer decision on Paul Pogba
Real Madrid are unlikely to make an attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba next summer.
Pogba has been reguarly linked with the Madrid giants in the past, but they have not made a serious attempt to sign him.
In a recent interview, the Frenchman acknowledged that he has the dream to represent Los Blancos, but AS claims that they have no interest in his services.
The 13-time European champions decided against spending on marquee signings in the recent international transfer window amid the financial impact of coronavirus pandemic.
They are, however, expected to spend in 10 months' time and it is claimed that Kylian Mbappe, Erling Haaland and Eduardo Camavinga are their top transfer targets.
Camavinga is only 17 years of age, but he is already regarded as a quality defensive midfielder. The teenager has been on Los Blancos' radar over the past year and they are likely to sign him next summer.
Meanwhile, both Mbappe and Haaland are potential targets to strengthen the frontline. Karim Benzema was pivotal to their league success last term, but the hierarchy are already looking into the future.