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Turns Down £15,000?

For an eighteen year old, £15,000 a week seems a huge amount of money.

Well to me it does.

But to one young star in the making at Old Trafford, it appears it`s not enough to convince him to put pen to paper.

The departure of Paul Pogba from Old Trafford appears to have been hastened by the youngsters rejection of the above offer.

Amazingly, Pogba, if one news source is right, is looking for £45,000 a week to put pen to paper.

Dear, dear me!

Has the world gone mad?

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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday December 4 2011

Time: 12:24PM

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I reckon it's a load of b0ll0x to be honest. Also, 15k a week for anyone is a lot let alone an 18 year old.
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04/12/2011 13:20:00

It's a lonely site !!!..... where are your members TheFamousNo7 ??
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04/12/2011 13:32:00

I'd take £15k a week to sit on the bench, that's for sure! Sounds like he's "doing a Sturridge", ie when he left for Chelsea, Sturridge was demanding £75k per week, despite only having started 8 PL matches for us. Don't know who these players think they are, but it does sound like there's probably a greedy agent involved somewhere along the line.
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04/12/2011 16:02:00

Agents are right up there with Blatter in the whats wrong with football list.
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04/12/2011 16:56:00

If there is any truth in this article, then someone has lost the plot surely.. He has yet to feature in a PL game, and he wants 45K a week, only City or Chelsea would be stupid enough to pay him that. I am sure we will see him sign another contract for United soon.
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04/12/2011 17:15:00

Dunno nordkap, I can't think he'll have been terribly impressed to see the extremely average Darren Gibson start ahead of him in the Carling Cup, especially when he's been pushing for a first team start. It might not all be about the money you know!
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04/12/2011 17:58:00

some realable sources say he is gone in the summer.... and possibly not to far from where he trains Now.... so will it hurt the chances at OT to see a good young player leave who is reportedly highly rated by Taggart, leave and will it lead to more to leave the club? i wonder, and all this from a club that aledgedly prides itself on it's Youth policy....
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04/12/2011 21:51:00

Don't forget the storm over Pogba's arrival from France though CM51 - that youth policy often has involved dubious inducements to other teams' youngster to join the rags... Cough Giggs Cough Cough.
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04/12/2011 21:53:00


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