Spaniard Rafael Nadal, who qualified for the semifinals of the Wimbledon tennis tournament on Wednesday and is a passionate supporter of Real Madrid, said French midfielder Paul Pogba, the club's target, is "a great player", but He added that the money that can cost is "crazy".
Nadal said, when asked about the situation of Real Madrid, that he has always had confidence in his team even when things are not going well, "like last year."
The number 2 of the world tennis, which will play against the Swiss Roger Federer for a place in the Wimbledon final, answered a question about the possible signing for Real Madrid Pogba, current Manchester United footballer.
"Pogba is a great footballer, sometimes money is crazy, so I do not want something that I think is exaggerated in monetary terms, that's all," he said.
Pogba traveled these days to Australia to do the preseason with Manchester United, despite the recent statements of the player's agent, Mino Railo, in the newspaper The Times, in which he said that the player's desire is to leave the English club.
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