Real Madrid not ready to give up on Paul Pogba

Bale ended the season as an unused sub in what could be his last game for Real. Image PA Images

Bale ended the season as an unused sub in what could be his last game for Real. Image PA Images

Manchester United, on the other hand, want to retain the 26-year-old and have asked him to continue at Old Trafford, something the France global isn't keen about, according to the report.

Real Madrid are weighing up a triple player swap to tempt Manchester United into selling them Paul Pogba this summer.

According to the Mirror, the Sunday Times report that Real will offer Keylor Navas, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez in a bid to reduce the £160m asking price for Paul.

The report also claimed that Real Madrid president, Florentino Perez is keen to avoid a straight cash payment for Pogba and is willing to swap the trio for the 26-year-old midfielder.

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The 2018 World Cup winning midfielder recently said that it would be "a dream for anyone" to play under Zinedine Zidane at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Other names in the mix could include James Rodriguez, who has spent the last two seasons on loan at Bayern Munich but is set to return to the Spanish capital this summer, along with fellow star playmaker Isco, even though the latter apparently remains a popular figure with Zidane.

The final player, meanwhile, that Real Madrid are ready to offer Manchester United is Keylor Navas. The Red Devils are unlikely to take a gamble on the three players Real Madrid are offering and may look to offload the Frenchman for a transfer fee instead. The Costa Rican goalkeeper looks set to be on his way out with Los Blancos sticking with Thibaut Courtois instead and could well be offered in a deal for Paul Pogba.

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