Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu refuses to rule out Paul Pogba move

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Barca have been busy in the transfer market, signing Malcom, Arthur, Clement Lenglet and Arturo Vidal.

The La Liga kings still want to sign the France global despite uncertainty over the 25-year-old's Old Devils future.

Pogba has been strongly linked with a move to Barcelona in recent days and while he has not taken the opportunity to dismiss links with a move to the Catalan giants, McGrath believes his former club can not allow the player to leave ahead of the August 31st transfer deadline in Spain.

That has led to speculations over a move away from the English topflight.

Despite their undisputed millions in the bank, Manchester United have been one of the more traditional clubs, with the manager tending to pick the players that he wants to sign. Mourinho seems to be at odds with some important figures at the club.

"We thought maximum [he would play] 60 minutes, but he managed more than 80".

"I think he is brilliant, he has to try and do his best for the team like any other player".

But in comments attributed to Pogba in today's British newspapers, he says: "There are things I can say and there are things I cannot say. otherwise I will get fined".

"Pogba was fantastic on Friday night when you consider he has only been back in training since Monday and will still be coming down from the incredible high of winning the World Cup". "I always give my best for the fans, for the teammates and for the people that trust me".

FC Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu, whose club has been heavily linked with Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba in recent weeks, has spoken on the possibility of adding more players to the Blaugrana's first-team squad this season.

The Red Devils started their Premier League campaign by beating Leicester City 2-1, while Liverpool scored a 4-0 romp over West Ham on Sunday, and McAteer thinks little has changed at the Reds' rivals.



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