Paul Pogba will be in demand when his contract expires after this season.
While several big clubs are aiming to sign the midfielder, one has reportedly taken the lead.
The Santiago Bernabeu could be Pogba’s next home.
REAL MADRID AIMING PAUL POGBA
Real Madrid are confident they can land Paul Pogba on a free transfer after this season when his contract expires, Mundo Deportivo reports.
The interest apparently is mutual, as the report says Pogba would favour a move to Los Blancos over interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
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The deal might not be so easy to close if Manchester United decide to sell Pogba during the January window, but he remains a top target for Madrid either way.
After failing to find a landing spot in Europe following his departure from Arsenal, veteran centre-back David Luiz will join Flamengo through the end of 2022, according to reports by Fabrizio Romano and Goal Brazil.
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Alexandre Lacazette appears on the way out at Arsenal after the Gunners made a significant effort to sign Tammy Abraham during the transfer window, Romano reports.
Chelsea and Bayern Munich could pursue a swap deal that sends Timo Werner back to Germany and brings Leroy Sane back to the Premier League, according to Todo Fichajes.
Everton will make another attempt to prise Ainsley Maitland-Niles from Arsenal during the January window, ESPN reports.
Ajax defender Jurrien Timber is drawing interest from Chelsea and Tottenham, according to 90min.