Paul Pogba has described Real Madrid as “a dream club for every player” but says he is happy at Manchester United.
The midfielder, 26, has praised United’s caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and says he has a “great relationship with him”.
“At the moment I’m happy in Manchester. I play. There’s a new coach,” he said.
But he also told a news conference: “Real Madrid is one of the biggest clubs in the world. I’ve always said it is a dream club for every player.”
Pogba is set to feature for France in Euro 2020 qualifiers against Moldova on Friday and Iceland on Monday.
While on international duty, the former Juventus midfielder has given all of his France World Cup winning team-mates world champion rings modelled on those produced for many American sports.