Real Madrid manager, Zidane Zinadine, has backtracked a little on his recent good words for Paul Pogba and has now said that is not say he intends to sign the Manchester United player.
Zidane came back as Real Madrid coach in March and has always voiced out about big changes he is looking to make at the club.
He recently said Pogba is a player he likes a lot, increasing rumors that the Spanish team will try to sign the French star in the summer.
But Zidane is now saying something else, his words, “I said Pogba was a good player, but I could say the same about other players.
“I know him, nothing else. I am not getting into something. If you ask me about Pogba, I say that he is a very good player, but he plays for Manchester United. At the end of the season we will see which players come here, and who leaves. But I did not say ‘We are going to sign Pogba,’ nothing like that. I will not say anything [about any deals] until things are done.”
On Madrid’s poor season, “I was very angry the other day, the players were too, they did not enjoy it. Sometimes nothing goes for you,”
“The season is what it is, but the fans must think about next season. There will be changes, but many of these players will stay. The fans will be the same, and most of the players, and we must stick together. We are going to have time to prepare for next season. Until August 31 anything can happen, so it will be a long summer.”
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