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ManU Manager Mourinho Says Pogba's £89M Price Tag Will Soon 'Look Like A Bargain'

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 20 / 17

ManU Manager José Mourinho "believes inflation in the transfer market in the summer will leave Paul Pogba’s world record transfer fee looking like a bargain" and the £89M midfielder "will be all the better for it," according to Paul Wilson of the London GUARDIAN. Mourinho said, "I...

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