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France World Cup winner claims that £106 million is a waste of money for Manchester United target

The Manchester United fans who can regularly be found here in the Transfer Tavern have been relishing the prospect of seeing Paul Pogba back in a Manchester United shirt, with the club hopeful of completing a deal before the season starts in August.

The French midfielder is being lined-up for a staggering £106 million world record deal by the Red Devils and following a below-par Euro 2016, eyebrows have been raised over the staggering price.

Our landlord has spotted an article in The Mirror which claims that former France midfielder Emmanuel Petit has launched a scathing attack on the current Juventus lynchpin stating that £106 million would be a ‘waste of money.’

The comments come on the back of an underwhelming European Championships where France were beaten by Portugal and the United fans in the Tavern, are concerned that a former World Cup winner has made such a claim.

One of the Red Devils faithful is sat in the beer garden whilst the sun is shining and he thinks that re-signing Pogba after choosing to let him go for nothing in 2012, would represent a poor piece of business.

He thinks the club would be better served spending less money on a more established central midfielder, who will contribute more to the club’s games.

Manchester United fans, would Pogba be a waste of money? Is £106 million be too much to spend on one player?


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