Ferguson: ‘I’d sell Pogba’

Sir Alex Ferguson told Tuttosport that Juventus “should sell Paul Pogba” for €100m.

The former Manchester United manager famously let a teenage Pogba’s contract expire and within months he’d become a superstar in Turin.

Now the midfielder is believed to be worth €100m and at the centre of a bidding war between Barcelona, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

Turin-based paper Tuttosport claim they spoke to Fergie as he attended Wimbledon with his family and was asked about Juve.

Sir Alex Ferguson told Tuttosport that Juventus “should sell Paul Pogba” for €100m.

The former Manchester United manager famously let a teenage Pogba’s contract expire and within months he’d become a superstar in Turin.

Now the midfielder is believed to be worth €100m and at the centre of a bidding war between Barcelona, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

Turin-based paper Tuttosport claim they spoke to Fergie as he attended Wimbledon with his family and was asked about Juve.

“It’s a fantastic team, they won four Serie A titles in a row and in my view were unlucky in the Champions League Final. They were hit by Barcelona counter-attacks, but before those had dominated the game.”

Ferguson was asked if he missed the frenetic action of being a manager, but said no, and made a surprising admission.

“I would sell Pogba. It’s true, I already let him go, but if I were Juve now then I’d sell.”

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