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Pogba Interest Reignited

With cash to spend, rumours are rife that Paul Pogba, despite leaving Manchester United once, remains a viable transfer target.

However, if a deal is to be struck with Juventus, it will mean United having to eat a huge slice of financial humble pie with it being inferred that any transfer would cost United a cool 60 million.

However, a spanner currently being thrown into the works is that our owners, the Glazer family, would baulk at paying such a high price for somebody who was once on our books and let go for nothing.




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The Journalist

Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday June 8 2014

Time: 10:07AM

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Yeah it's definitely not going to happen. Regardless of how much we need a central midfielder the Glazers would never sanction a 60 million pound move, it possesses too much of a risk for them and If you believe the comments of both him and his agent he won't be leaving Juventus unless it's PSG who come calling.
TheFamousNo7
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09/06/2014 07:23:00

It's getting ridiculous this it was a big mistake to let him go admittedly but it'll be a bigger one to bring him back particularly for 60 mill. Sick of him bad mouthing the club at ever bloody opportunity over a perceived lack of respect towards him. What's next bring him back at ridiculous money so he can throw a Yaya every year you don't respect me I want a cake/car/pay rise. Too full of himself is his bloody problem.
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