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Real Madrid Eye New N’Golo Kante As Paul Pogba £100m Alternative

Real Madrid have found their alternative if they are unable to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in the upcoming transfer window, MySportDab reports.

Real Madrid see Rennes Star Eduardo Camavinga as their ideal alternative if they can’t sign Pogba this summer.

Despite that, Madrid will still trying to sign Pogba this summer.

The La Liga giants shown interest in Pogba for some time, but are very cautious that Manchester United might not sell cheap.

Paul Pogba has made it clear about his future this season, and hinted that he wanted a new challenge after four years at Manchester United.

He has also been linked with Juventus, but has recently changed his mind on leaving.

According to reports in England, Pogba has decided to stay at Old Trafford to play alongside new signing Bruno Fernandes and make a final decision.

However, Real Madrid are still monitoring his situation an are expected to submit a bid once the transfer window reopens.

But if they fail, According to Spanish outlet AS, Madrid are looking at Rennes midfielder Camavinga as their best alternative.

The 17-year-old has shown his talent as one of the best youngsters in Europe and has also been linked with United.

MySportDab understands Camavinga is seen as being a mix between N’Golo Kante and with the attacking qualities of Pogba.

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However, he has attracted attention from other clubs ahead of the window, with reports of Real Madrid Ready to offer £43million bid.

The youngster has played 25 Ligue 1 matches this season, having broken into the first-team squad.

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