Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane remained coy on interest in Manchester United’s Paul Pogba, but hinted that the club do have a ‘plan’.
Pogba has made clear his desire to leave Old Trafford, with Real Madrid looking most likely to offer the France star an escape from Old Trafford.
But United have insisted that Pogba is for sale, though reports suggest they may be tempted to do business should they receive an offer close to £180million.
Juventus cannot afford their former player so they have resorted to offering United three players in exchange, while Real are said to be launching ‘Operation 200’ to raise the money to sign Pogba.
Zidane believes Real may still make significant changes before the European transfer deadline at the end of next month.
“We have to respect things, with the club we know what we want and what can happen until the 31st we can make changes, departures and also that they can come,” the Real boss is quoted as saying by the Express.
“I will not go into that. You have to respect some things. We have a plan with the club and we’ll see what happens.
“But today we are focused on tomorrow’s game.
“What happens next will already be seen. You know many things, but we will see. Lots of things can happen.”