Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is coveted at the Santiago Bernabeu.
His French connection with Zinedine Zidane means there is constant speculation.
However, Pogba is set to remain at United for the time being.
TOP STORY – MADRID GIVE UP ON POGBA… FOR NOW
LaLiga giants Real Madrid will not sign Manchester United star Paul Pogba in January, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Pogba – still recovering from injury – continues to be linked with Madrid amid doubts over his United future.
Madrid, however, recognise there is "no chance" of prising the Frenchman from Old Trafford in the New Year.
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