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Manchester United cleared of wrongdoing in Paul Pogba transfer says FIFA

Manchester United have been cleared of any wrongdoing in the £89 million world record signing of Paul Pogba from Juventus last summer. Back in May FIFA announced that they were investigating the transfer of the French midfielder which straight away on Twitter saw the jealous ABU supporters suggest United were at fault for the investigation, also suggesting that they were ripped off in the sum of £79 million for the midfielder. This sort of attention breeds moronic behaviour like this from jealous supporters who probably have Pogba in the FIFA 17 team on FUT, rating the player when he was at Juventus, saying he was rubbish since he joined United.

Pogba was consistent on his step up from the Serie A to the Premier League with his stats being almost identical, which suggests he is on the right road to finding stardom at the Theatre of Dreams and in the Premier League. The fact that the player contributed to United’s two trophies this season is also another factor, added to his drive and desire to win things, which was the same with striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The fact that FIFA have now confirmed no action will be taken against United will be like ‘boiled piss’ on Twitter with these moronic supporters probably moaning about United paying for the charges to be dropped, you know how their feeble minds work, but it is all great entertainment showing the Manchester United’s hate factor has returned.

In a statement issued by FIFA, which alleviated the responsibilities of the investigation on Juventus, said:

“We can confirm that disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Juventus FC. We cannot comment further as proceedings are ongoing. We can confirm that no disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Manchester United.”

It has been said that Paul Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola made £41 million from the transfer, which seems to be one of the factors in the transfer which was being investigated. FIFA’s disciplinary procedures will now be followed with Juventus wondering what will happen. They could face a fine or even a transfer ban, which would be another statement by FIFA to get rid of this sort of thing from the game unless they have uncovered something else, which is entirely possible. The one this is that Manchester United, who announced that they would comply with the investigation last month, obviously had nothing to hide in the transfer and neither should they.

Paul Pogba will now be able to put the matter behind him and put his head down in a bid to show his critics what he is capable of next season. With United looking in the transfer market to strengthen various areas of the squad this summer, Pogba will be excited as to what may happen, which could result in him being played in his favoured position in a midfield three, not for all matches, but certainly the biggest ones and the most important ones, with the player being rested for the smaller matches, or played in a different formations, which is all part of the players strengths and abilities. Next season could be a big one for both Manchester United and Paul Pogba and if he turns his critics into fans, he will be heading in the right direction.

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