Manchester City is rumored to be willing to do anything for Paul Pogba to strengthen its ranks for the next season.

The rumors go as far as stating that the team is offering the Juventus midfielder no less than £250,000 each week (that’s over $380,000) after tax.

The amount is said to be offered in order to repel the advances of the many other teams competing for the 22 year old midfielder’s graces – Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea.

Paul Pogba is considered a powerful, skilled and creative player. After his transfer to Juventus Torino he has been given the nickname Il Polpo Paul (“Paul the Octopus”), due to his legs looking like tentacles while he runs or tackles. The 22 year old player has started his career in France, playing a series of youth teams before being transferred to Manchester United in 2009. After two years at the junior team he was transferred to the seniors, spending two years at Manchester United, followed by three years at Juventus. Until today the player was on the field 86 times with Juve, scoring 20 goals in the process. Pogba has won several awards, including the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup Golden Ball, the Golden Boy award in 2013 for being the best U21 player in Europe, and the Bravo award last year for being the best U23 player to participate in an European competition.

Given his performance, no wonder that he is worth over £1 million for Manchester City.

Speaking of transfers. Manchester City is said to have its eyes on another boy wonder for the next season: Kevin De Bruyne, currently an attacking midfielder and winger for the Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg and the Belgian national team. De Bruyne left Chelsea for Wolfsburg last year – for a paycheck worth £18 million – and now it is rumored that the Citizens are willing to cash out big for him: £30 million. De Bruyne started his football career at the local team of his birthplace, Drongen, in 1997, later playing for Gent and Genk for nine years. He made his senior debut at Genk, followed by his transfer to Chelsea, than to
VfL Wolfsburg after just two seasons. Since 2014 he appeared 48 times on the playfield, and scored 13 times. He was rewarded with the Bundesliga Young Player of the Year award in the 2012–13 season. He has potential, which justifies the £30 million offer he has.

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