Paul Pogba Set to Become World’s Most Expensive Player!


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Paul Pogba who was a former Man. United player, left Old Trafford in 2012 after a disagreement with the then manger, Sir Alex Ferguson.

The French man who currently plays for Juventus is set to become world’s richest footballer as Manchester United is making moves to bring him back ahead of the next season. Man U will have to pay dearly for letting go the now ‘hot cake’ many years ago.

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Manchester United is close to agreeing personal terms with the Juventus player for a return to Old Trafford. There have been conflicting reports on the exact figure negotiated by the parties. According to reports, United officials are in Italy to thrash out a world-record transfer for Pogba.

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The English Premier League club are still in negotiation with Juventus as both clubs have not reached on a transfer fee for Paul Pogba. Man U has reportedly bade an amount in the range of £85 million plus add-ons, but the Seria A Champions have rejected the bid. The club executives reportedly will not accept an amount less than £100 million for the player. But according to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, Pogba will be heading back to United.

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In another report, United have agreed a fee worth £105m (€125m) for the France international, who will be given a long-term deal worth over £200,000 a week. Pogba’s package deal is predicted to reach an astonishing £320,000 a week when image rights are added to his salary.

This will make the 23-year-old one of the highest players in Europe, if these reports turn out to be true. There are however, reports that United will pursue other midfield targets in the event a deal cannot be struck with Pogba.

Paul Pogba who was a former United player, left Old Trafford in 2012 after a disagreement with the then manger, Sir Alex Ferguson. It appears he will return to United; this time with more prestige as he has really done well for himself over the years.