Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has endured a tough time at Old Trafford ever since he re-joined from Juventus a couple of seasons ago.
And it looks like the Frenchman will be heading for greener pastures during the summer transfer window.
Real Madrid have been heavily linked with a move for him and if recent reports are to be believed then Paul Pogba has his heart set on joining the Bernabeu outfit.
Some rumours claim that United and Madrid are in advanced talks about the transfer and it could be wrapped up pretty soon.
Man United have demanded around £100 million for the sale of Pogba and it looks like Solskjaer has already chalked up a plan to use the money.
The Norwegian boss has made Christian Eriksen his biggest transfer priority should Pogba leave for Spain.
Christian Eriksen was one of the most influential players for Spurs during the 2018-19 season and a number of tops clubs are interested in signing him – Real Madrid being one of them.
But if Madrid can sign Pogba they will surely pull out on the race for Christian Eriksen which will then make Man United the favourites to sign him.
Daniel Levy has reportedly slapped a price tag of around £100 million on the Danish midfielder which is the same amount that United will receive if Paul Pogba heads to Real Madrid.
Pochettino will surely not want to part ways with Christian Eriksen this summer but Levy knows it will be next to impossible to hold onto the attacking midfielder.
And being the sensible businessman that he is, Levy will want to squeeze out as much money as possible from the sale of the 27-year-old.