Manchester United join the hunt for Paul Pogba
Paul Pogba set to lead the French charge at Euro 2016 although the midfielder could be heading back to Old Trafford
June 8th, 2016
Sir Alex Ferguson clearly didn’t see the potential in Paul Pogba when he was at Manchester United, with the Scot allowing the Frenchman to leave the club for Juventus.
Since then, Pogba has established himself as one of the finest midfielders in the world, with the young midfielder having helped Juventus to a glut of titles and it appears that he could return to England this summer.
Initially, it had been thought that Manchester City were going to sign the 23-year-old, although Manchester United now appear to have jumped to the front of the queue instead.
Jose Mourinho is a long-standing admirer of the player and would jump at the chance to build a team around someone who is favourite to be the Player of the Tournament at Euro 2016.
It is thought that United might have to break their own transfer record to sign Pogba who could cost something in the region of £65 million, with Real Madrid and Barcelona inevitably also interested in landing the player.