3 Reasons Why Manchester United Should Bring Back This Prodigal Son From Italy

3. Has a massive re-sale value

If there is one thing that might stop Manchester United signing Paul Pogba, aside from the fact that he is contracted to Juventus till 2019 is his massive transfer fee. Having already spent huge money last summer, it is highly unlikely that the board will sanction another massive transfer war chest so soon.

But if there is one thing that can convince the club of spending the £40 million or so that is reported in the papers, it is his re-sale value. At only 21, even if he signs a massive six-year contract with the Red Devils, he will still only be 27 at the end of that contract, which would mean that he would be at the peak of his powers. Even if United decided to cash out on him, at the end of his contract, he is young enough to ensure that the club had profit from their investment. Although that isn’t something that the club would want to do, it is something that might just sway them into spending big and bringing Pogba back to Old Trafford.

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