Legendary Italian manager Arrigo Sacchi believes FC Barcelona will be invincible if Paul Pogba joins them from Juventus, but, Johann Cruyff has his doubts on the Frenchman amidst growing speculation of a deal between the two clubs. The future of Paul Pogba has been the subject of intense speculation over the past few weeks, with recent reports in Catalan media suggesting that Juventus and FC Barcelona have reached a gentleman’s agreement regarding the transfer of the player in 2016/17 season despite the Juventus chief Marota denying reaching an agreement but confirming an 80m Euro offer. Pogba, who is subject of interest from a host of top European clubs, including Chelsea FC, Manchester City, PSG, and Real Madrid, however, reports in Italy as well as Spain tout the Catalan giants favorites for the Juventus man’s signature. Should the move happen, Arrigo Sacchi believes that FC Barcelona, who have just won a treble, will be unbeatable. “His potential is enormous,” Sacchi said in an […]
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