Pogba Set to Break Transfer Record

France International Paul Pogba is set to break the world record when he joins Manchester United officially this week. The price tag is expected to be over 100 million euros and overpasses Real Madrid striker Gareth Bale’s fee of 85,000,000 price tag when he moved from Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester United expect to officially announce this long transfer saga within the next 48 hours and is already having a United Medical. Pogba famously left Manchester United on a free transfer only 4 years ago and headed to Italy where he starred for Juventus winning several trophies. The reason Manchester United let him leave is still a mystery but it was ultimately down to Alex Ferguson, the then Manager of the team.

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Having been the best player in Italy for 2 seasons as well as excellent performances in the France shirt has meant the price tag is beyond all previous football transfers.

Will he shine for Jose Mourinho’s team this season or will he under perform, critics believe that he doesn’t perform in the big games. Will he justify the biggest price tag in the world or will United regret the signing. Whilst his price tag is extreme, only a handful can doubt his ability.

Manchester United have purchased Zlatan Ibrahimović and Baily in this transfer window and are likely to be involved in more business when this closes in 3 weeks.

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Manchester United fans are excited for the new season and this promises to be the most competitive league in history. Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have purchased some great players this summer and Leicester City, current champions are looking to emulate their success from last year.

 

EURO 2016 Tickets – European Championships in France

The European Championships by UEFA will take this year in cities and stadiums around France. Every 4 years the best national football teams play in a tournament to see who will be crowned European Champions.

This year there are many favourites for the tournament including Germany, Italy, Spain and England. Outsiders include Wales, Belgium and France.

Buying tickets for Euro 2016 can be a complicated process in which many buyers and sellers will try and become the number one ticket agent for this tournament. Tickets for the previous tournament in Poland were relatively cheap in which they were less than €50 per ticket. Tickets in the secondary market always sell for more than the original price, prices in for France 2016 are expected to reach record levels for this tournament.

With thousands of fans making the journey, in particular Ireland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales will be sure to take thousands of fans around stadiums and cities in France.

With time still remaining to apply for tickets on UEFA.com, E-Soccer.com fully recommends that you try to get your Euro 2016 tickets from here prior to using secondary ticket markets.
Will update this article as soon as more information regarding tickets for the tournament are released, we expect this to be in March/April 2016.

Previous final games and group games are the most expensive of the tournament and therefore fans should try to plan in advance, travel, hotel and other arrangements in order to get the best prices and deals.

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