Real Madrid preparing fresh player-plus-cash deal to tempt Man Utd into Paul Pogba sale

Manchester United could give in to Real Madrid’s transfer demands if they follow through on a fresh player-plus-cash deal.

Los Blancos are desperate to hand Zinedine Zidane his main summer target in order to find some consistent form in what has been a difficult season.

President Florentino Perez is even willing to offer one of his most valuable players alongside a huge chunk of cash – according to new reports from Spain.

Eldesmarque have reported that Isco, alongside a one-off payment of £68.5million, will be put on the table for Ed Woodward to consider.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stood by Pogba in the summer despite comments from both the player and his agent Mino Raiola that suggested his time at Old Trafford was up.

Zidane was said to be furious that his bosses failed to agree a deal with United during that latest window, but hold hopes that a deal will be reached next time around.

Isco, 27, has fallen out of favour at the Bernabeu after a stunning start to his career at one of the biggest clubs on the planet, costing £25m from Malaga in 2013.

The Spanish international has helped the club to just a single league title in his six full seasons, and is yet to score in seven outings this time out.

Pogba is currently out of action after suffering another injury in what has been a stop-start season, but Solskjaer harbours high hopes for his return.

“I don’t think we’ll see him before December. He’ll be out for a while,” the United manager said at the end of October.

“He needs time to fully recover so I don’t think he will be back before maybe Sheffield United after the international break but probably December before you can see him.”

He then added: “I’m not a doctor but there is an injury there that needs healing.

“There’s no use talking about who’s not going to be here for a long time because he’s not going to come on the pitch and help us.

“Paul’s been brilliant and he is the creative midfielder that we need but then it’s up to the others to step up.”