Real Madrid’s poor preseason to drive Zidane’s move for Pogba

Real Madrid’s sad pre-season structure, has strengthened Zinedine Zidane’s hand, as he endeavors to convince the club’s board to do all that they can to sign Paul Pogba, Spanish football ace Dermot Corrigan claims. Los Blancos slipped to their third obliteration in four pre-season games, with a 1-0 mishap to Tottenham in the Audi Cup on Tuesday. Their poor run has moreover consolidated a 7-3 beating by city rivals Atletico Madrid and Corrigan says Real are in critical need of revamping their midfield. The tendency I get from around the Bernabeu by and by is that Zinedine Zidane may even now genuinely need to sign Pogba.

He’s been his fundamental midfield center since back in March/April time when Zinedine Zidane returned to the Bernabeu [and] he’s been talking with no attempt at being subtle about how inconceivable a player Pogba is.

The way that Madrid’s pre-season has gone so far has helped Zidane’s battle to get the club to pay the proportion of money that they would need to get Pogba in light of the way that results haven’t been incredible, displays haven’t been extraordinary.

“The midfield especially has looked just as it needs stronghold and Pogba is the sort of player that could fit in really well.

“Maybe he is the kind of player they need in midfield. In case they can get him properly drew in and playing putting everything in order he could be a veritable development to the gathering.

“Despite whether they will be prepared to do it or not remains to be seen, anyway the way where things have gone over the span of the latest couple of weeks has braced Zidane’s hand I contemplate whether they should push the boat out to get Pogba” Corrigan revealed to Transfer Talk podcast.