Real Madrid are preparing to move for Paul Pogba this summer, according to reports.
Pogba, the Manchester United midfielder, was a target for Real when he left Juventus for Old Trafford in the summer of 2016 in an £89m deal.
Though Los Blancos missed out of the 24-year-old then, they are ready to revive their interest in the France international at the end of the season, according to The Sun.
Pogba is only in the second year of a five-year contract at United, and he has no desire to leave the Red Devils at this moment in time; furthermore, United do not want to sell one of their prize assets.
Should the Premier League giants change their mind regarding selling Pogba, they would be looking to be offered well over £120m.
Pogba has made 23 appearances for United this season, though he was substituted in two of their last three league matches and was dropped from the starting line-up against Huddersfield.
Jose Mourinho, the United manager, has publicly backed Pogba, though the midfielder has been criticised at times this term for a number of below par performances.