Manchester United preparing huge offer for Paul Pogba

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Manchester United are preparing for negotiations with Serie A side Juventus in order to sign midfield ace Paul Pogba, according to Metro.

Pogba departed the Red Devils in 2012 after making just three Premier League appearances; however since then, the circumstances have changed and the Old Trafford outfit are now desperate to bring the French international back to England.


It has been reported that the Manchester side is so keen to sign the young star that they are willing to offer £54 million along with Robin van Persie, but it's also possible that a £70 million offer could be made instead. 

United's interest in the Frenchman is amid interest from various clubs, including the likes of Arsenal, Chelsea, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain.


Despite a significant amount of interest from huge clubs, the Red Devils appear to be favourites to sign the 22-year-old as they have reportedly requested a meeting with the Italian giants over a possible deal for the talented star.

Pogba has impressed in the Serie A once again this season, he has the back of the net on seven occasions and registered two assists. 


The midfield maestro has also been vital for the Italian champions in the UEFA Champions League, scoring one and assisting one.

The youngster has already earned 22 caps for the French national team, scoring five goals for his country respectively.  

Pogba has already established himself as one of the best midfielder's in the world, and at such a young age the Frenchman has the potential to be very successful and regarded as one of the most elite footballers to ever grace a football pitch.

Should the Red Devils do everything in their power to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford? Please let us know what you think in the comments box below.  

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