Former Real Madrid ace Uli Stielike has warned Zinedine Zidane against signing Paul Pogba, insisting he should prioritise bringing "humble players" to the club. Manchester United midfielder Pogba has been on Real's radar for the last two years.

Los Blancos chief Zinedine Zidane is a big admirer of his fellow countryman, whose brother has repeatedly claimed he wants to play under the Frenchman.

Despite Pogba issuing a come-get-me plea last summer, Real decided against making a move for the 27-year-old.

The Spanish giants could be tempted to swoop for Pogba when the transfer window reopens as the midfielder will be out of contract next summer.

Stielike isn't sold on the prospect of Pogba moving to the Bernabeu and would like to see Zidane bolster his squad with more team-oriented players.

"If you want to return to the idea of the Galactics, maybe yes," he told AS.

"But I am more in favour of humble players with great talent and sacrifice for the team."