Real Madrid are reportedly preparing a 52million-plus-players offer for coveted Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba. According to Sport.es the La Liga giants are willing to part with striker Alvaro Morata and left-back Fabio Coentrao in order to land the France international who, according to Old Trafford sources, has also been targeted by Manchester United. The report claims the Serie A champions want Champions League winners Real to sacrifice Argentina winger Angel Di Maria, but boss Carlo Ancelotti has refused to make the in-form wideman part of the process and he will remain in Spain. Leading clubs from across Europe are believed to be keeping a close eye on the situation, with ex-United midfield man Pogba likely to be one of the most high-profile transfers of the summer transfer window if a deal is thrashed out. He left the Red Devils in 2012 having played precious little football under then-manager Sir Alex Ferguson and departed for Turin with a reputation as a youngster with potential. Two years later he is widely-considered to be one of the hottest properties in European football and his displays at the heart of the Juve engine room have helped to keep Antonio Conte’s side at the top of the tree in Italy.