These days football players around the world are making astronomical money out of the beautiful game. The players sometimes make demands ranging from high wages, bonuses, houses, flats, jets, super cars and many more.
It is now the turn of one of Manchester United’s stars in the person of Paul Pogba to launch a new demand. The versatile French midfielder is demanding a whooping £500,000 a week or 2 million pounds a month. That is GHC 3 million a week.
According to Sky Sports, Pogba has a year left for his contract at United to come to an end and his agent will use this as an opportunity to rake in huge demands.
United fans around the world must be worried as one of their star players begins to shake the boat to tilt in his direction. Other players may follow suit and that will certainly not be good for the beautiful game.
Football has really became a money making game more than the lovely entertaining game it used to be. What’s your opinion about the beautiful game? Follow me for more exciting news.
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