With just few days to the closing of summer transfer market, the Red Devils have finally secured the services of long term target Paul Pogba.
This is according to Sky Sport which claims that the French star has sign a world record deal of 89 million pounds from Italian giants Juventus, beating previous world records set by Christiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale of Real Madrid.
The powerful box-box midfielder has been a major target for most European clubs in recent years, with the likes of Chelsea, Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester City and Bayern Munich all interested in the services of the 23-year old star.
Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho has been a big fan of the French star and wanted to sign him during his days as Chelsea boss in Stamford Brigde.
Pogba has made a name for himself in recent seasons, having helped the Old Lady win three Serie A titles. He was also a key player for the French national team in the just concluded Euro2016, helping his team reached the final in which they lost to Portugal.
We hope his days in Manchester United will be fruitful unlike his first spell and he will help the team win major titles in the nearest future.