Pogba’s expected move from Juventus back to Man United will cost a world record of 100 million pounds.
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With one month of the transfer window left remaining, Premier League clubs are poised to push escalating fees closer to another new record this week.The projected move of France midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus back to Manchester United for a world record 100 million pounds ($132.3 million) would take spending by the 20 teams to almost 600 million, adding to the 175 million recorded by accountancy firm Deloitte in the January window.Last year was the first in which annual fees reached 1 billion pounds.Pogba's proposed return to Old Trafford would dwarf that and all other sums in the history of the sport, smashing the world record of 85.3 million pounds that Real Madrid paid for Wales forward Gareth Bale three years ago.
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