Mammoth Transfer Fee Set For Man Utd And Chelsea Target

Get your hands in your pockets lads.
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Get your hands in your pockets lads.

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The former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has long been linked with a move back to the Premier League and it looks as if the wheels are slowly turning to make the mooted transfer a reality.

Pogba's Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has been quoted in The Metro, in which he quotes a likely price of £75m and talk's about the French international's future.

"Everything has a value in life, unfortunately, and the outstanding players are hard to replace, but things always move on in football. For now, let’s just enjoy having him."

A fee of £75m would make Pogba the third-most expensive player of all time, after Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale. It would be a huge investment but with Pogba still only 21-years old, the successful buyer will have essentially filled a spot in their team for the next decade or more.

All in all, letting Pogba go is increasingly looking like Alex Ferguson's biggest blunder in his time as Manchester United manager. Here's his latest goal for Juve from their recent match with Chievo.


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