They won't be getting him for £10M.I haven't been very impressed with him when I've watched him play for Norwich but Liverpool have a very good eye for talent so I'm wondering if we should challenge them for his signature. We need a lb and £10m is shockingly cheap for any young English player tbh.
He's not 10m. That's what Liverpool are willing to pay. Similar to how Real and Barca decide how much a player they want should cost and then undermine his relationship to his current club.I haven't been very impressed with him when I've watched him play for Norwich but Liverpool have a very good eye for talent so I'm wondering if we should challenge them for his signature. We need a lb and £10m is shockingly cheap for any young English player tbh.
Absurd comment on so many levels. Pogba can make our midfield hum, especially playing with Fernandes and with competent forwards ahead of him to distribute to. Apart from being technically gifted with a high football IQ, Pogba would be so hard to replace. Just look at the drop in quality when replacing Pogba with McTominay or Fred as evidence of this. Losing our best players is definitely not a strategy that will yield meaningful trophies.Of course, he would be happy to stay now. He must have realized he is not as good as he thinks for other clubs to pay the transfer fee to sign him, neither will he get the sort of wages he may be looking for.
Obviously I don't have as good IQ as you have. Clearly you have inside information to how Pogba thinks and inside access to his mental state.Sometimes I wonder the IQ of some posters on here. It's not bashing a player, just pointing out he may not be as good as he thinks he is.
It's more so that he now can believe in the United project as he wants to win trophies. United are performing much better than when he expressed he wanted out. United have added Bruno, have added a top young talent that has performed like a top European talent in Greenwood, and are rumored to be getting the top performing young player in Sancho.I love a top form Pogba, but this latest change of mind seems a total convenience. Noone would be buying him this summer, but he still wants that wage raise! That's the cynical angle.
Hopefully he sees the potential of the team now, and does actually want to stay for the right reasons.
I actually rate him quite highly, at worst I thought he was as good as Aarons this season. Lewis and Buendia were my standouts for Norwich. Very good dribbler for a fullback, think he'd be a great little backup for Robertson and even if he doesn't work out, Pool could probably flog him to Bournemouth for 30 mil in 5 years with the way you sell players.Might be our toughest negotiation ever. They want 20 million so no surprise they rejected 10.
Okay I guess I was bit ambiguous.Just responding to you saying that you hope we monitor his progress.
This is not true, over 50 years (Since 1970) they had a lot of talent, including WC players like Rinat DasaevJones has more talent in his left ball than 95% of the players they have had for the past 50 years combined.
I feel for the guy, injuries took away from a wonderful career