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Pogba reveals what he wants to sign for Chelsea

The Premier League has a plethora of young talent that makes the league stand out from the rest of the domestic leagues around Europe.

This summer is going to make the league even more interesting with top class coaches and players will move to the league and surely will make it more competitive.

One such sensational star who is linked with a move to England is Juventus star midfielder Paul Pogba.

The Frenchman has long been linked with an exit from the reigning Serie A champions and was said to be the subject of a bid from the Blues last summer.

According to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, the Blues had scouts in the stands at the San Siro as Juventus narrowly beat Internazionale in the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final.

However, it was revealed recently that the 22-year old has demands of his own he wants met to make the move away from Italy.

PAUL POGBA will tell Chelsea to give him a £300,000-a-week contract if they want him to sign.

He will make the same demand of the Blues’ Premier League rivals Manchester City who also are interested in him this summer.

Pep Guardiola is a known admirer of the French international and he wants to splash the cash to get in the big names in his first season in the Premier League.

He is rated at £70million, and both the clubs are understood to be happy to meet the asking price.

And with the likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid also interested, both English clubs should get the deal done quickly if they want him to play for them next season.

In 32 appearances for Juventus this season, Pogba has scored 5 goals and has 7 assists to his name. But he gives much more to his side and is one of the most naturally gifted footballers of the present time.

So it comes as no surprise that Chelsea and Manchester City are ready to go head to head and pay the £300,000 per week wage to get him to England.

Do you think Pogba will shine in his second stint in the Premier League?



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