Manchester United signed Paul Pogba from Juventus in August 2016 in a record signing of £93.2 m transfer fees. Since then, he has received much criticism, and some of the English football pundits and fans believe his kind of football is not in line with the price the club paid to sign him.
The red devils are finding a way to convince the world cup winner in other to help him renew his contract. At times, his family members want to influence the results of such meeting between the club and the highly-rated midfielder.
Speaking in an interview afternoon, the brother of the midfielder, Mathias Pogba about his desire to see his brother playing for Barcelona. Although the Blaguranas has not decide to sign this player, the statement has a direct effect on the transfer decision of the Barcelona board of directors.
Barcelona is in transition and they will need skillful and highly talented players to achieve their goals in the upcoming months. The summer transfer window will open very soon and this will determine whether or not the player would stay.
As a Manchester United fan, would you like him to stay?
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