Paul Pogba wants to sign for Barcelona

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Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is a wanted man. It's not entirely surprising, of course; the France international is recognised as one of the leading young players in world football. 

Unsurprisingly, then, with his long-term future at Italian giants Juventus in doubt, it appears that as many as five big clubs have been linked with his services. 

In fact, Sport mention the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, PSG, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Real Madrid as potential suitors for the ex-Manchester United man. 


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But it appears that there's only one club for the revered Frenchman. 

And that club is Spanish giants Barcelona. The report goes on to claim that the 22-year-old is determined to secure a move to Camp Nou. 

Pogba wants Barca 

Barcelona, of course, are recognised as the greatest team in world football, so it's not entirely surprising that Pogba wants to join Lionel Messi, Neymar, Luis Suarez and co.

The report goes on to claim, however, that Barcelona are calm in their strategy to secure the player's signature. 

There aren't too many players in the world of football who are good enough to improve Luis Enrique's remarkable side, but Pogba truly fits the bill. 

There should be no stopping him in his pursuit of success and a move to Barcelona would only enhance his reputation further. 

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