Precise Madrid ‘hours away’ from touchdown Ajax star Donny van de Beek in £55m switch as they are ready to present up pursuit of Paul Pogba
- Precise Madrid ready to present up on ‘very not going mission’ to trace Paul Pogba
- They now ready to present stout attention to signing Donny van de Beek instead
- Spanish facet hopeful they’ll land the midfielder for £50 with extra add-ons
Printed: 07:10 BST, 5 August 2019 | Updated: 07:10 BST, 5 August 2019
Boss Zinedine Zidane has wished to disclose Pogba in from Extinct Trafford for a ways of the summer, but Madrid occupy struggled to finance a deal.
United occupy rejected a £27m-plus-James Rodriguez inform for the France star and now the Spanish giants are ready to concede a deal is insensible within the water, namely with the Premier League switch window closing on Thursday.
Donny van de Beek is now Precise Madrid’s No 1 target with attempts to trace Paul Pogba failing
Van de Beek applauds the Ajax crowd following a 2-2 design at Vitesse Arnhem on Saturday
In step with Marca, Madrid face an ‘very not going mission’ to trace Pogba and they are now impartial ‘hours away’ from signing Van de Beek.
Zidane is desirous to trace midfielders, with the departures of Marcos Llorente and Dani Ceballos leaving them short two weeks earlier than the Spanish switch window closes.
A deal has been struck between the Ajax star and Madrid, who’re in quest of to agree a fee with Ajax.
Madrid occupy grown aggravated with their pursuit of Pogba who looks situation to pause at Man Utd
While no deal has been agreed, Madrid are assured of touchdown the Holland star for £50m with one more £5m to be paid with future add-ons.
Van de Beek used to be indubitably one of many celebrities of an Ajax crew that took the Champions League by storm remaining season and were most animated seconds a ways off from reaching the relaxation.
The midfielder used to be assist in action for Ajax on Saturday, scoring one and assisting one more as his facet drew 2-2 at Vitesse Arnhem on the opening day of the season within the Dutch high flight.
Followers repeatedly chanted his name at some level of the match, which he later admitted to hearing after, stating: ‘I heard that, sure.’
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is desirous to land midfielders for his facet this summer