That is according to their former Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov.
Despite admitting that most players have a price, Berbatov does not feel as though the team could handle losing Pogba right now.
In a column for Betfair, Berbatov said about the situation: “Zinedine Zidane would love to bring Paul Pogba to Real Madrid but, against Chelsea on Sunday, we saw why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to keep the French midfielder.
“Pogba’s perfect pass to Marcus Rashford for United’s third goal was what I call ‘pure football’.
“When I played for United, Michael Carrick would get the ball and his first thought was always to play it forward.
“He knew exactly where I was and there are plenty of examples of him giving me the ball to score a goal. Special players save their energy for the exact right moment.
“If United receive a bid from Madrid in the next fortnight in the region of £200m, then the transfer will happen. But I hope Pogba stays at United and I don’t think Zidane will quit Madrid if he fails to sign his compatriot.”