Although his official transfer value has been cut by almost half the price, but Paul Pogba remains number one in the list of Manchester United’s most expensive players today.
Manchester United are still unable to compete in the Premier League top standings, even though they have a line of star players whose prices are exorbitant. These include French midfielder, Paul Pogba.
The Premier League itself is currently being postponed, following the Corona pandemic which is rampant. Before being suspended, the Red Devils were in 5th position, with only three points behind Chelsea who finished 4th.
Pogba can be said to not be included in United’s struggle to penetrate the top four this season. He more often pulled over, because of two different injuries that have befallen since the beginning of the season.
On the one hand, since last summer, the former Juventus star has indeed been rumored to leave. Although in the end, he is still believed to be leaving Old Trafford next summer.
Manchester United is certainly not willing to lose their mainstay players, then set prices as high as the sky, 150 Million Pounds Sterling. However, as reported by Sportsmole, the Red Devils have reduced the selling price of the 26-year-old player.
Now the official tag of Pogba is 90 million pounds. Even though it was cut in half, the former Juventus is still number one in the 10th most expensive Manchester United player at the moment.
Marcus Rashford is in second position, where the young British striker is priced at 72 million Pounds. Interestingly, David De Gea who has been a mainstay under the crossbar actually only occupies the 6th position with a value of £ 45 million.
For more details, here is a list of the 10 most expensive Manchester United players this season.
- Paul Pogba £90 million
- Marcus Rashford £72 million
- Harry Maguire £63 million
- Anthony Martial £54 million
- Bruno Fernandes £54 million
- David de Gea £45 million
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka £36 million
- Victor Lindelof £31.5 million
- Mason Greenwood £28.8 million
- Scott McTominay £25.2 million