Manchester United have been one of the busy clubs this summer.

They have managed to rope in one of the most decorated managers in Jose Mourinho to lead the side next season and have completed deals for some top class players from Europe.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic from PSG and Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund are two players who will have a huge role in the side’s troubles next season while Eric Bertrand Bailly, another of the summer signing will have his share of game-time under Mourinho when needed.

But one story that has kept the fans of the club glued to their news outlets is that of French sensation Paul Pogba.

Pogba, who moved to Juventus from Manchester United on a free transfer 4 years ago under Sir Alex Ferguson was the first name in the wishlist for Jose Mourinho and for a long time, it looked like he would not be able to get his hands on the midfielder this summer.

However, with all the twists and turns that story took in recent times, it is now revealed that the French international is currently in Manchester ahead of a medical with the Old Trafford outfit.

It is revealed that the player will make a £110m move, which is set to be a world record for transfers in the history of football and is expected to be announced on Tuesday.

The deal heaps lot of pressure on Pogba and even more on Mourinho as the amount spent in the transfer window will see Mourinho under pressure to provide the club with quick success.

These stories that seemed to be never ending has given the fans plenty to think about and it does not come as a surprise that a spoof video of the Manchester United manager catching Paul Pogba in Nintendo and Niantic’s game Pokemon Go has gone viral.

The game has seen such a huge popularity boom and is currently the most used app taking over Tinder, Whatsapp, and Facebook the next three on the list of most used apps. So it is not surprising to see Mourinho play the game albeit in a spoof video.

Here is the video:


In the video, the United manager is seen finding Paul Pogba during a regular walk. However, none of the normal Pokeballs in his armory work until he decides to use £100m that finally catches the player.

Though this video is only for entertainment purposes, it has depicted every aspect of the Pogba saga in a way every youngster in the world will understand.

So do you think Mourinho will be able to win the Premier League battle next season with all the new Pokemons at his disposal next season?


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