Paul Pogba was estimated for nearly 200 million euros back in the summer when Real Madrid had real interest in him, but the price Manchester United set stopped them from signing the French midfielder despite Zinedine Zidane's wishes.
But recently Paul Pogba's value has plummeted regarding with the fact that the Frenchman does not want wo renew his contract with the Red Devils.
It is a fact that Pogba is one of the best midfielders with his impressive technical ability as well as the physique he has, but this season he is quite unfortunate as he's had a lot of injuries which stopped him to show what he is capable of.
Back in July the problems between the 27-year-old player and the club have really began.
Pogba wanted to leave Old Trafford when Mourinho was in charge, because they did not get along. The player was considering his second spell in England to come to an end and he wanted to join Los Blancos, but everything just collapsed.
However, just four games into 2019/20 season, he suffered an injury that eventually marked the rest of the season. He was able to return twice, but that made the things even worse and he had to undergo surgery in January.
The 27-year-old Frenchman played in only eight games for this campaign - seven in the Premier League and one in the Carabao Cup - but he has not found the net in any of them and has only two assists.
Paul Pogba has not renewed his contract with the Red Devils yet and his deal expires in June 2021, that means from January on he'll be free to negotiate with any club for free.
Manchester United will have to start discussions with clubs this summer if they don't want to lose him for free, but apparently it'll be at a significantly lower price than the one they set last summer.
Pogba's new value probably won't be higher than 60 million euros, and even that relies on his fitness before the transfer window opens.
However, Real Madrid has cooled their interest in Pogba when Fede Valverde came in Santiago Bernabéu, but it is not excluded they won't make a move if his price drop enough.
But one thing is crystal clear now and it is that United no longer have any power in the negotiations for the Frenchman.