The Frenchman has consistently been linked with a move to the club since his £89m arrival at Old Trafford in 2016.
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is a huge admirer of Pogba and he was keen on signing the midfielder in 2019, only for Ed Woodward to block the deal.
Pogba admitted that summer that he would ‘like a new challenge’ and the Frenchman has gone one step further by admitting he would like to play for Madrid.
Asked about a move to Madrid and Zidane’s interest in him, Pogba told RMC: ‘Zidane? We all heard it, things were said.
‘My reply? Yes, every football player would like to play at Real Madrid. It may be a dream. It’s a dream for me, why not one day.’
Pogba has around eight months to run on his deal at the club but they will instantly extend that by a further 12 months later this year to tie him to Old Trafford until 2022.
United are keen to extend Pogba’s deal and he’s intimated in recent months that he would be happy to do so, though those comments were made before his admission about joining Madrid.
Nevertheless, Pogba says he’s happy at the Theatre of Dreams and expects the club to speak to him about re-signing.
‘As I said, I’m in Manchester and I love my club,’ said Pogba.
‘I’m performing in Manchester, I’m enjoying myself and I want to do everything to put the club back where it deserves to be. I’ll give my all, just like my teammates.”
‘New Manchester United contract? I haven’t been told anything. I haven’t spoken with Ed Woodward. We haven’t spoken about a renewal. For now, I’m in Manchester and I’m especially thinking about coming back to the best of my ability.
‘I think there will then be a time when the club will come to speak to me and maybe offer me something, or not. For now, nothing has happened. I can’t tell you something I don’t know.’