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Sport Pogba could start new era of success at Manchester United - Ferdinand

22:55  16 july  2016
22:55  16 july  2016 Source:   goal.com

United interested in Pogba

  United interested in Pogba Manchester United are interested in bringing Paul Pogba back to the club, according to Sky sources. Pogba's agent, Mino Raiola, said last month that his is keen on moving to Real Madrid and that initial talks had taken place, but new United boss Jose Mourinho is also now in the market to bring him back to Old Trafford.The France midfielder, who scored the 5-2 victory over Iceland in the quarter-finals of Euro 2016, left United in 2012 for nothing and he is likely to cost in excess of £80m to buy back.

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes the arrival of Paul Pogba from Juventus could signal the start of a new era of success at Old Trafford. Pogba featured for United between 2009 and 2012, but opted to leave when his contract expired due to his lack of playing time.

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes the arrival of Paul Pogba from Juventus could signal the start of a new era of success at Old Trafford. Pogba featured for United between 2009 and 2012, but opted to leave when his contract expired due to his lack of playing time.

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Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand believes the arrival of Paul Pogba from Juventus could signal the start of a new era of success at Old Trafford.

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Pogba featured for United between 2009 and 2012, but opted to leave when his contract expired due to his lack of playing time.

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Rio Ferdinand thinks Paul Pogba can lead Manchester United to a new period of success if he were to return to Old Trafford.

Rio Ferdinand thinks Paul Pogba can lead Manchester United to a new period of success if he were to return to Old Trafford.

The 23-year-old has since developed into one of the most sought-after midfielders in world football and recent reports suggest United are willing to pay a world-record €120 million to lure him back to Manchester.

And Ferdinand believes Pogba could prove worth the hefty outlay.

"I think €120 million is a lot of money, for any player. You'd expect 40-plus goals per season for that figure," Ferdinand told Copa90.

"But Pogba is going to be the best midfielder in the world in the next couple of years. He is a leader, who will grow into an even better leader.

"He could be the start of a new generation of football at Manchester United, given that opportunity.

"Manchester United have a strong attack. It's the midfield and the defence that needs strengthening."

Pogba is still improving .
Man Utd would not be getting the finished article in Paul Pogba but that should excite not concern.Manchester United would not be getting the finished article in Paul Pogba but that should be a cause for excitement rather than concern. From his early days at Old Trafford through to his years in Italy, the Pogba story is one of continual improvement, writes Adam Bate.

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