EPL: Abramovich ready to sell Hazard to Real Madrid

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"As the English say, 'There's more to come!' If only you knew what we have planned for next season", he said on German TV show Doppelpass.

Upon Pogba's return to Old Trafford, Mourinho admitted he had to convince Pogba to join United over another suitor, thought to be Real Madrid.

Pogba was linked with a move away from Old Trafford towards the end of 2018, but the France global has enjoyed a happier spell under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Pogba has been a huge factor in United's turnaround since Mourinho was sacked.

The Frenchman is a vocal fan of the Belgian playmaker and for his part, Hazard has also made no secret of his desire to play under the three time Champions League winning coach.

"Real Madrid is a dream club for everyone".

"But I'm happy in Manchester".

The 28-year-old star is contracted to Chelsea until 2020 and he appears no closer to extending his contract with the Premier League side at Stamford Bridge.

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That means the club could be faced with the prospect of losing Paul Pogba on a free transfer - or selling him for a reduced price - if no new agreement can be struck over the next 18 months.

He is now in the interest of another club, one in a white outfit.

Chelsea are said to value him at around £98.5m but reports indicate that Los Blancos will seek to negotiate a lesser sum by taking advantage of the attacker's contract status.

However, it has been claimed that he may be one of a number of Real players to face an uncertain future under Zinedine Zidane.

'When a player is happy, he wants to keep being happy.

"He has given us the freedom to play and enjoy our football again".

But Pogba wants the former United striker to remain in charge.

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