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"Juventus tell United to add another €10m to their €120m bid for Paul Pogba"

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2016/jul/24/manchester-united-paul-pogba-transfer

This is the most ridiculous transfer saga ever. Couple of days ago they said add €8m to €100m, now the value goes up to €130m.

Why are these negotiations not being conducted behind closed doors and every single bit is thrown out into the press. Smh... Juve are just playing around, have got nothing to lose. If they don't sell Pogba, their best CM stays, if they sell him they have tied Higuain down to a contract and will use the Pogba money to pay for Higuain the very next day.

Poor Ed Woodward, what a mess has he gotten himself into, striking a deal with the devil (read FC Italian Mafia bosses). I really hope they get the Pogba money and then the bank freezes their account with €100m for some silly reason such as missing paperwork or broken fax machine, will serve them right lol
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"Juve are just playing around" - as you said they have nothing to lose; makes sense to make the best of the situation. Don't see what's wrong with that. If United are willing to pay up, then Juve are doing the sensible thing by squeezing out more.
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What Juve is doing absolutely correct. Why do they have to let their best player go easily? And also dont take everything you see in the media as facts. We are negotiating but i dont think the details will be out in the media.
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@ Mkhi you've insulted us at every turn. " FC Italian Mafia bosses).

"I really hope they get the Pogba money and then the bank freezes their account with €100m for some silly reason such as missing paperwork or broken fax machine, will serve them right lol"

This is what any top team would do if another team come for a player of great value. Just look at how much we payed for Higuain and we only were able to do so becuase of a clause. You can argue whether it is wrong or right but it is the way the market works.

I get that you are new to the site but I appreciate if you stop the insults.

Ok this is like going into a showroom to buy a car, the sticker price is $30k but once the cashier finds out that you are carrying a wallet with you, he huddles into a corner with his boss and then comes back and tells you to add 5k more.
IDK if people are used to that, buy I certainly am not, makes Juve look like a bunch of undecided amateurs. I know it is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Juve, God forbid they will never have to sell someone as talented as Pogba again or be able to steal another young talent for free, but they should just set a price and stick to it just.
well this Mikhi guy is a bag of insulting posts :) When you put the facts in front of him, he will start to cry and insult you more, while also accusing YOU of insulting HIM (even when that's not the case) ... so just to quickly sum it up for you - Do not feed the troll :) it's not a discussion with him, it's a waste of time.
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Sorry but if this is true Juve is being disrespectful/rude. I can't remember the last time a top team haggled another team for money. When we sold Ronaldo to Madrid, or anyone else for that matter we didn't haggle them for money did we? We gave them a price and they paid it and our players left. It's that simple.

If you really think about it it's kind of shameful. Really think about this...

Say you go to buy some shoes and the store tells you the shoes you want is $60, you get to the counter and they tell you no the price is now $70. then when you go to take out the extra 10 dollars they say, oh so you have more money to spend eh? Add ten more dollars the total is $80... that's rude as f**k honestly, and I would probably walk out the store without getting the shoes. Not just the price but the way they are conducting the sale.

I know the transfer of a football player is more complicated than that but there is something called business ethics even in football.
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Whilst they are within their rights to hike up the price, I don't like to see the club getting taken for a ride like this. Wonder of the Higuaine deal will turn out if we decide to pull out of the Pogba transfer.
Rude? What are you talking about? Why would Juve care if they are rude or not. They have the player and they sell him any price they want. They could ask for 150 mil. Its up to us to decide if he is necessary. I dont understand why people feel the selling party have to make the buying party happy. You try to make as much profit as you can till the point where you dont scare of the buyer.

Supply and demand guys. Pure economics.
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@ Mkhi, your point is only valid if you are buying a car that is available in a thousand other dealerships

Pogba is not a Toyota or a Hyundai that you find anywhere, he is like a rare Ferrari 250 GTO that every collector wants and are willing to outbid each other to get him. SO your example is way off.

@Ldinho You might have a point there but how do you even know this is the case? based on the many tabloids who over the years have reported more false reports than you and I can recall!?
Yaldho is right. They are increasing the price of the shoes - $60, $70, $80.. because YOU are paying the extras willingly! You can say no, I will not pay $70 for the $60 shoes, and walk out as you said. But those shoes are so good your legs will be epic in them! :)
There is no sticker price. And it comes as no surprise that the EPL is the most commercially successful league in the world. You walk into my showroom and ask how much, I then laugh in your face and say this much, even if you agree, I can always just laugh in your face again and say nope, now it's this much. On and on we go. I'm not holding a gun to your head, you either play my little game or leave.

PS the only reason Man U didn't take Real for a ride with Ronaldo is because the player was DEMANDING a move. I don`t think Pogba would mind sticking around for 1 more season. He`s guaranteed at least one piece of domestic silverware and maybe even CL glory.
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despite hiring mourinho, our club is still a shambles.

the tour of china is purely a commercial venture, being conducted poorly and in terms of preparation for the season it is a hindrance rather than a help.

it is another example of the glazers' money before football philosophy. if we were a proper football club, instead of an american moneymaking scheme, we would concentrate on football operations and let the teams' success be the marketing for the brand instead of signing up official noodle-based snack partners.

still can't get over the chevy sponsorship. carmaker that needed a massive bailout, whose vehicles are unreliable and s**t. great message to put on the shirt.
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I don't agree with you.
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I don"t agree with kayteo as well. If Glazers keep spending on improving our squad untill it can challenge all competitions i dont care about how they make money. Manchester united is a global club and fans from around the globe can get a chance to see them first hand when they travel like this.
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You can't blame Glazers for this; it is purely down to the effect of money and the control sponsors try to impose on the modern game. This "Interchampions cup" or whatever it is called, is being held all over the world and if Im not wrong various managers in the past have complained about these pre-season games too. It is 100% down to the sponsors milking the club for all their worth.

Pre season games in china are ridiculous. Did you see how the players were sweating and looked exhausted after just 30 mins and took a chill-out break? It is absolutely unacceptable purely from a football perspective to have these crazy friendlies pre-season between top European clubs; imo the key objective of the pre-season is to get the players back to match fitness slowly playing games much closer to home in pleasant weather and against local/weaker opposition.
Ideal preparation for the long season ahead would be a tour to Norway or Switzerland or some nearby country.
I just don't see how playing Dortmund and Man City in China is going to help the players in anyway build their match fitness before the season begins.

I am 100% certain SAF would have told these sponsors to eff off, it does not make any sense.
Are you two brothers?

Why you gotta hate on American cars man? Do you want Ferrari to sponsor your jersey? lol
People need to get off their high horses about sponsorships. 'great message to put on the shirt'.

Short of a non-profit organization, I can't think of many companies who would qualify to be on a shirt these days if the message was of utmost importance. Besides, NPO's can't put up the money to do so anyways.

I also don't see how a tour of China and Chevy logo on the shirt equals club in shambles. None of these things, by the way, have anything to do with Mourinho. These decisions were made before Mourinho got here.

And the rant about money before football philosophy is one that I can somewhat get behind but then again your example to support the argument is that of the Chinese tour which is something we've done before in 2009 and then again 2012. In fact, we've had our teams travel the world for pre-season as opposed to just one continent. This is far better than some of those seasons where they spent more time on the plane getting somewhere than on the field training.

I don't agree with you.
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Jeez, shambles seems to be your favourite word. Everything the club does is shambles to you.

Also why is the Chinese tour being conducted poorly ? Just seems like unfortunate events with the rain the flight delay.
Not hating on American car lovers, but Chevy really? Would rather drive a Buick or Cadillac than a chevy. Heck I'd even go on a bulky GMC than a mainstream low-end Chevy with less than appealing interiors.

Regarding the bailout, the US Government made significant losses (more than $5bn) bailing out these companies so an average tax payer has every right to be angry why that money is being used to sponsor one of the biggest football clubs. But then the Chevy CEO is going to say, if you don't advertise, nobody is going to buy their cars. So this topic will just go around in circles without any definite answer.
we're playing two pointless friendlies with about a week's prep. nonsense. take a look at dortmund's, or pools ffs.

this is pretty much the prep that chelsea had last year and it worked out great for them.

i just want us to be a football club. not some american's bank account.
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Come on man all big clubs do this. Bayern go to China nearly every summer but are in USA this pre-season.

You name me one top club not playing in icc summer tournament? Barca, madrid, atletico, Bayern, dortmund, utd, chelsea, city, arsenal Liverpool, spurs, ac Milan, inter psg and even Leicester city are all playing in the tournament hosted across the globe from China to Australia to usa.
We all want the club to make huge signings costing 10's of millions of $$$ but we don't want to hear about all the marketing to Asia et all that makes it all possible
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What Pete said.
http://metro.co.uk/2016/07/23/anthony-martial-appears-to-hit-back-at-manchester-united-for-giving-no-9-shirt-to-zlatan-ibrahimovic-6024842/

If this is true I dont know what to think. From once the player should not be complaining as he is making so much money and its up to club to decide to give him shirt number or not.

At the same time Martial invested in his brand where he uses number 9 (as many footballers do today like Ronaldo or Messi), which fs up his business, and club fails to inform him privately and discuss this matter with him... I just hope this doesn't create problems on the field or even gets escalated further.
He's got the iconic no. 11 and he should be proud. And personally I don't believe these kind of info. That's something happening inside the club. The guy who posted this is just a random journalist so who is he to know this kind of info ? Does he work with MUFC or Martial ?
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Anything from Metro is mostly bs
if i was martial id probably leave and join back for 100m in 2 seasons
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Is he trying to be funny? Arsenal fans shouldn't talk all your money goes to your shareholders
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that is why you are not Martial ;)
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Tech what a shambolic attempt at a joke but hey you tried mate, keep working at it.
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it was funny enough
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Did anybody read Desmond Kane's damning atricle about the Pogba transfer? Aparently we are gamblers, desperate and directionless. What a tosser
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He doesn't know what he's talking about lol. We are more like investors, hopeful and visionary.
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I agree about the directionless part. We have been directionless since Fergie retired.

Edit: We have been directionless since we sold Ronaldo!
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That is a bit harsh, since Fergie , Moyes was a disaster but Van Gaal just didn't work out - I won't say directionless (though the direction was mostly back passes) you could see he was trying something but it never materialised. Atleast he left behind couple of talented young players from the setup like Rashford and Lingard which is what Man Utd always look for.
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probably right to say we are desperate. we dont want to go 27 years or w/e the count is for liverpool. we've broken our own record twice in club transfer (mata then di maria who f****d off for psg for 15 million loss), we've set the record for most expensive teenagers twice with shaw (18) and martial 19), we've tabled world record fees for muller (85 milion pound), bale (85-100 million pound) and rumored to be happy to meet neymar's clause. now 100 for pogba. we're desperate and massively overpaying left right center. just look at fellaini or even herrera (cost almost as much as sanchez ffs). bailley is great but 30 million for 22 year old defender with limited first team experience (1-2 seasons), 0 champions league experience etc is also quite risky even if it works out well (cant be any worse than mangala tho :P). i just hope we dont make fools of ourselves if this trend continues.
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We have to stick with a manager and the fans need to get behind Mourniho. We cant keep sacking mangers and expect to be successful. This is our 4th manager in 3 years. How can we have a proper transfer strategy if we keep changing managers? I say we should give Mourinho at least 3 years.
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First 2 years will be gold with Jose...3rd year is when he becomes a freak
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Shh they don't need to know lol ;)

Mou is epic mastermind special one swag, have fun!
Who the eff is Desmond Kane?
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Some c**t
i'm back for the derby!!!

so what did i miss??any stupid prediction been made so far??sayrox??cheshire??
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http://www.footytube.com/teams/england/sunderland/?ref=search_as
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Whats up with linking me to sunderland page??giving moyes hx i won't be shock if they were relegated in his 1st season.you realise i'm too a manutd fan right.just not a stupid one like some.and not lvg fan like some.had he not been to manutd,we wont be wasting 250mill on trash like depay rojo etc.
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Moyes is the answer, we should pay his buyout clause of 100m from Sunderland and bring him back home, instead of Pogba, that will bring us back on the map.
That profile pic is so f**ing funny! LMAO
I actually think it is Moyes' actual account under the fake name of Lutheaven
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Still a troll
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No I don't realize that you are a man united fan. And if hoping that your current manager with your favorite team does well (even if you think he is not the right manager) makes you stupid, then guess what - everyone of us is stupid. Wanting us to fail and then coming here to gloat every time we faltered and going missing when we did well, that's what you did. you are just a troll dude.

just look at your profile page if you don't know why I am linking you to Sunderland page. I remember you used one match highlight video of moyes's Everton vs lvg's some team where moyes won to prove to me that moyes is better than lvg. That's how absurd your football knowledge is.
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LOL liverpool fans. Yesterday it was "Milner is better than both Pogba and Bastian Schweinstieger".
Today dissing guess what? The new United jersey. Talk about being both butthurt and terminally obsessed, when you have nothing else going on so the only thing left to do is talk about another club's new jersey.

What is next? Waiting for them to abuse the newly laid turf at Carrington. Or Mourinho's new shoe.
Can we have a butthurt filter which when turned on does not show any liverpool fan posts? :P
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Classic Mikhi
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Lol liverpool being liverpool
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What's a Liverpool???
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http://soccer.indonewyork.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/enrique-lfc-shirt.jpeg
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We got Zlatan, who the hell is Liverpool?
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If we go down to their level, we will comment on their post saying how we are not trying to bite or how they are trolling or s**t like that. And then post on our forum about what they are talking about so that I will get up votes on my comments.
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Zlatan got us
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Lets save Zlatan for decent opposition, for this sunday league club Man Utd have Martial who turned skrtle inside out within 10 minutes of adorning the famous red.

KevMo classic liverpool would be on all fours near the half way line ;)
Why do you keep going there to take the bait? You keep falling for it..
Lmao you want a anti liverpool fan filter? Who's the one who is but hurt lol cmon mate, this is just sheer banter. You got to play this game right, instead of moaning about what we do on our page you should be doing one back on us lol
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Remember the last time Liverpool fans made fun of our kit? Table cloth? Yup. That should shut them up.
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Yeah Sergio it would be banter but unfortunately your forum crawls with people like dan and kev mo who have zero banter in them and immediately resort to calling names and abuses, so don't tell me it is banter lol.

"f**k off" , "retard" and "bellend" is banter is it? disgraceful. You should really read about what banter is and I am surprised that you defend your silly classless fellows where there is nothing to defend. Maybe I should not be too surprised..

Yaldho yeah you are right gonna leave these illiterate loose cannons alone to scratch among themselves.
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The kop and their lot live in our shadow, if they don't mention Man United in the same sentence as anything to do with their club, no one would care. Lol
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http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11667/10510243/massimiliano-allegri-confirms-juventus-in-talks-to-sell-manchester-united-target-paul-pogba

"Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri confirmed that the club are in talks with a club over the sale of Manchester United target Paul Pogba."

Pretty obvious that its us that they're in talks with.

I think the deal will almost certainly go through now that Juve have spent mega money on Higuain. I know Juve aren't a poor club or anything but I do not see them spending that kind of money unless they were planning on a significant player sale.

He is going to cost us a bomb but it will be a good lesson for a club and I do think in the long term he will absolutely be worth it.
Juve has also gone out and got Pjanic and Pjaca for about 30m and 20m respectively.
The Higuain deal has been stretched so far only because Juventus were looking to see if they can finance it via the Pogba deal.

I am shocked to see Juventus spend so much on Higuain, but hey nobody is complaining. I think that's the worst money spent all summer.
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78mil Higuain just made 100mil Pogba deal sound like a bargain

Pja-pja
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Pjaca replaces caudrado who as on loan from chelsea. He was really impressive st the euros.a bit like draxler but more direct. Tall winger with technique pace and can strongarm fullbacks given he is 6'1. He is one to watch over next few years
Agreed Tomi, the market might be crazy, but thats no justification to buy bloody Higuaine for 78 million. But then again he's a goal getter and we're looking to splash the cash on a central mid, so theres that.
Real did splash the cash (€75 million) on a CM Zidane all those years back. And don't forget Juve paid €50 million for Buffon a GK in 2000, which was just unheard of at that time.

So a player's position has little to do with transfer fee, apart from the basic notion that strikers cost more than mid fielders, who in turn cost more than defenders etc.

If you are looking to buy World Class talent, there is a €100 million player for every position. Also Pogba has his best years ahead of him, and is much much more marketable that Higuane so I think the price is fair.
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Zidane just said in an interview that Real would still like to sign Pogba and are not completely out of it.

Not sure if there is 100% intent from real but there is the slim possibility that "a club" could be them.

United should wrap this up immediately and also leak it like they did for Mou's appointment so that there is no revenge of the fax machine style last minute hijack from Real Madrid. With Raiola you never know what he is plotting
Bailly looked already like a boss in our defence. I think him and Smalling can be a solid partnership for the future.
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Throw in For-sure Mensah as a DM and that is a rock solid back line imo.
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yeah he looks fantastic so far. physically really strong and good with the ball on his feet. he`s by a mile the most technically gifted centre back we`ve got. dont know how his passing game is but maybe he can be our ball playing defender next to smalling. he likes to take on players and is fast for his size, that could be some good attributes to have when starting the game from the back.
Varela joining Eintracht Frankfurt on loan is a good move. Not a top club where he won't get many chances, but not a bad club either. a decent Bundesliga side. Now we might go after a right back. I personally hope Fosu Mensah owns that spot, but you can't deny the right back position is the only spot in our team where we don't have a definite starter for and one could argue we lack quality there. Valencia error prone and not consistent enough, Darmian not good enough going forward and maybe not fast enough either, Fosu is quality but too young maybe? I hope Mou trusts him.
Fabinho's still linked to us, he could be the answer
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maybe i`m the only one but i think that we`re good with that right back side. valencia, darmian and fosu-mensah provide enough depth. one good going forward, the other is ok in defending, the other one the young prospect. not saying its our best position, we could definately do better by having a more complete right back. but the 3 options are good, and if fosu-mensahs position will be that right side in the future, then theres no need to buy another one if we still have the other 2
lol I just forgot we still have Valencia, we're good with 3 RB
http://www.football365.com/news/scholes-pogba-isnt-worth-man-uniteds-money
I think most already agree with that, Ballon'dor and PFA winners go for those amount.
I would agree with you but this year the inflation seems to be through the roof. Maybe it is just a result of world wide economy or brexit or something else, I dunno but if 29 y/o Higuain goes for 75m why can't 23 y/o Pogba be worth 100m?

Other than the price, I share the same concern. He showed no respect for not only the club but also one of the greatest managers of all time by leaving on a free. It was only a matter of time before he played in the first team, he did come on for Scholes in a game if I remember, him and Ravel Morrison were touted as two of the best talents in the English game at that point.
Pogba showed zero class in leaving on a free to a arch European rivals and now Man Utd look utterly desperate trying to sign him back for a world record fee. If this does go through, will Pogba think that he is bigger than the club and will he try to play the club again?
“He was a very talented young player, I played with him and I knew how good he was,”Scholes told Sport Witness.

“He played for the first team maybe once or twice, but from my understanding he was asking for too much money."

“For his age, he was asking for far too much money, that too for a player who hasn’t played first team football."

That's probably why Sir Alex didn't like him. His ability was never in question but his character was.
Fergie never said he didn't like him iirc. He even went to his house to try and convince him to stay. Fergie and riola did not get along

the irony in all this is just earlier in the summer, paul scholes was asked about which player he would sign to improve united and he said given there are no top strikers available he would go for pogba... well paul, we've got pogba in our crosshairs, but as the buyer you dont set the price if the seller has no need to sell.
The question is do you want a world class central midfielder bossing the middle of the pitch for your team and let the board and manager deal with his potential character flaws? or do you rather pass on him and watch him bossing it in other clubs year in year out for maybe 10 more years?
If it's true and he left for money I don't think he'll do it again because he'd already be earning crazy amounts of money and not many clubs can beat us financially. Maybe Real but i'm sure we won't make the same mistake again and we'll milk them and get the fee back. But hopefully it won't come to that and he'll grow to love his boyhood club which is the optimistic (but very likely) scenario.
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Scholesy needs to find a more comfortable chair. He sounds like he's been sitting on nails since his retirement. He should be content if we're getting the best midfield talent we've seen here since Scholes himself!
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i think scholes is absolutely right about pogbas fee
^Nautilus I think Scholsey is right about the sentiment part, that Man Utd should not be looking to sign a "judas" but about the fee he is a bit wrong. The market is inflated beyond any reasonable yardstick and without spending that amount of money in this window Man Utd are not going to land a world class player especially in a position that has been a thorn for many years now.

And I won't be surprised at all if the world record for the transfer fee is broken once again within the next 2 years by some other club.
I don't know if anyone disagrees that Pogba for 100m is overpaying.

But come on Scholes, would you rather have Pogba or not? If the answer is yes, then to me, who really cares what we pay for him. Sure, it may be irresponsible, and it will probably inflate the market; but that's going to happen with or without us, and I'd rather see us come away with a future world class player than see him head to Madrid or Barca in a year.


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0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
17
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
C/L  C/L Qualifying  UEFA Cup  Relegation 

UEFA Europa League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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