Chelsea are alerted by the news of Paul Pogba set to leave Juventus. According to Daily Star and ESPN, Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola has confirmed that the midfielder will depart Juventus, but only when the time is right.
The French international has been gathering eyeballs ever since his switch to the Turin club, after leaving Manchester United on free transfer. Pogba has shown some incredible performances and is already touted as next Zidane. The 21-year has been frequently linked with major top flight clubs like Real Madrid, PSG, Manchester City, Chelsea and also to his erstwhile club Manchester United.
With the agent claiming his exit from Juventus, Chelsea would like to pounce onto the talented midfielder. The French midfielder could very well partner Matic/Fabregas and bring charm to the already speculative Chelsea midfield. Pogba’s agent created furore in the transfer market after making the following statements:
“I knew his talent, but when one moves to Italy so young you don’t expect them to establish themselves immediately,”
“He’s grown rapidly, even I didn’t expect it.”
“Will he stay in Italy? No. It will be up to them [Juventus], we have renewed his contract, we’re happy with Juventus, but when the time is right to leave well take that opportunity.”
“We’ll see, I don’t know when the right time will come…”
– Pogba’s Agent [To Gruppo Mediaset]
With such high prospects in the offering, a hefty price tag of around 70mn Euros has been demanded. It is also speculated that the white-blacks are letting the French midfielder leave in summer of 2015. Pogba’s market value growth has been staggering.
He has already shown signs of being a legend and can emulate to the likes of Chelsea legends like Claude Makelele and Michael Essien.
In conclusion, I would like only to mention that with such high prospects in the offering, Chelsea should seal the deal. Pogba is an engine and has an amazing work rate which could match extraordinary standards. He is indeed a midfield maestro and can attack, defend, hold and is a game changer.
A deal of 50mn Euros for the talented bloke would be ideal, but Juventus wouldn’t let Paul Pogba leave on the cheap.
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Edited By: Harshal Ahire