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    nine nine nine
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    Stevo, your attack is definitely your strength. 50/50 game if Hazard is flying in his last ever game for Chelsea that could swing it. But it’s anybody’s game imo.

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    steveosnakeeye
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    its closer on paper than it should be and you have a few key injuries but with us there is just no confidence what team will turn up on the pitch

    such fine margins it could well come down to who’s travel plans were the best given the distances involved

    also how hot will it be? what about the pitch? lots of variables that come in more than it would for a more “local” european destination

    no idea what is “european” any more…we wont be (or will we). Baku is? Israel is (hosting Eurovision) and now apparently Australia are also in Europe (also in the Eurovision)….mind boggles

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    maverick1973
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    Wow, imagine if Utd could get £150mil for Pogba. That would go down as one of the best bits of business we’d ever done. We’re otherwise notoriously bad at getting decent fees for players.

    I just pray we stay away from the likes of Coutinho, Bale, James Rodriguez etc. Much prefer us to be going after this Swansea kid or Sessegnon at Fulham. Whether they make it or not, I’d much rather have hungry young players like those than washed up primadonnas like the type we’ve seen coming in the last few years.

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    maverick1973
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    Steady Edy-Anything close to/above to what we paid for the emoji man would represent a great deal for United,no doubt about it.Invest the money on someoone like D.Rice and that chap from Swansea.Need to invest in youth and focus on a long-term project,instead of short-term fixes.

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    nine nine nine
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    £150m is a big risk for anyone to pay for Pogba imo. On his game he’s great but off his game……….?

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    maverick1973
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    27-Couple of Mars bars, salt & vinegar crisps,and a few bottles of cranberry juice,and emoji man is yours,lol.

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    maverick1973
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    Bloody ell-in the words of Kylie! W.Zaha up for sale for ………..£80m? Fecking ell-imagine the Brazilian Ronaldo in his heyday,or Fellaini.

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    maverick1973
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    blob:https://www.thesun.co.uk/f2ee3468-8fb4-4ace-9113-8649b9d81d3b

    Fucking tell him,thinks he is Zidane or Pirlo!

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    nine nine nine
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    The book Football Leaks: The Dirty Business of Football claims that Mino Raiola was entitled to £22.8 million of the £89 million fee paid by United to Juventus to sign Pogba last summer. It alleges that the agent is also due more than £16 million in further payments and an additional £2.2 million from the player, taking his total earnings from the deal to £41 million.

    Beyond bonkers!

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    sean the sailor
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    Pogba has been a terrible signing. Utd need to get him out quick. Absolute twat

    Only concerned about himself

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    maverick1973
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    Adlab
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    He should have done what be really wanted…………come to City.
    But who could turn down £26m a year!

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    nine nine nine
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    That was the deal on the table at the time Adlab because of the low transfer fee involved let’s not forget City bid £60m for Sanchez in the previous Summer which was circa £30m less than United signed him for given the valuation of Miki.

    City couldn’t go there United could.

    Arguably Sanchez might have done better under Pep given their previous history we’ll never know now though but in retrospect it probably was to City’s advantage.

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    Adlab
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    Nine. A let-off I would say!

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