Paul Pogba wasn't in London signing for Chelsea

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Chelsea fans were given a huge surprise this week when chief transfer target Paul Pogba was spotted near the club's Stamford Bridge home. 

The Juventus ace has only just recently returned from the World Cup with Brazil following their elimination at the hands of Germany, and it seems one of his first ports of calls was to head to west London.

Chelsea rumours

Chelsea are believed to be keen on snapping up the 21-year-old this summer, but will likely have to fork over around £60 million in order to prise him from Juventus. Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain are also believed to be in the hunt.

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However it seems as though Chelsea fans may have got their hopes up over nothing after his cousin took to Instagram to explain his unexpected trip.


His cousin, a musician who goes by the name of FemFel, posted this message earlier today, claiming the Chelsea target was in London to visit family, and seemingly showing off a few dance moves.

He wrote: "All the rumours about #Pogba being in London meeting #ChelseaFC. Well to clear up the rumours this is what he was really doing here. #familydisco skanking".

Manchester United interest

Despite Pogba's seemingly innocuous visit, there is still likely to be plenty of speculation over the former Manchester United man's future. Juventus are believed to be open to the possibility of selling up, although the fact they could lose Arturo Vidal, who is a target for Manchester United as well as Arsenal, means they could well refuse to do business over Pogba too. 

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