Manchester United have already signed Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Henrikh Mkhitaryan this summer, with Paul Pogba hotly tipped to rejoin the club this summer. Reports in the media suggest United are willing to pay £100 million for the Frenchman, who will be in action for his country against Germany in the Euro 2016 semi-final on Thursday evening. It might be hard for many to believe, especially as the player left the club four years ago after not getting the chances he wanted within the first team. It was a mistake not holding onto him, but also a mistake that the club has got over, so far at least. If Pogba does return, it is a lot of money, but also not our money. United earned more than £500 million over the last year, so they clearly earn their own cash to do what they want with it. Many scream out for world-class players, moan about the fact the club lost Pogba and now moan at the prospect of him coming back. £100 million is better being spent than to be left within the club for the owners to turn into another bonus payment for themselves.
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