It bursts by the money
Ferdinand loads against the signing of Pogba and the modern football
Published:5/08/2016 - 20:51h
Updated:5/08/2016 - 20:51h
The one who was central more expensive of the Premier League in his day, burst this Friday by the price that can finish paying the Manchester United by Paul Pogba. For Rio Ferdinand any footballer cost, not even, 20 million euros
The ex English footballer of the Manchester United Rio Ferdinand burst this Friday by the cantidantes mastodónticas that are handling in the traspaso of the midfield player of the Juventus of Turín Paul Pogba by the conjoint "network devil". According to Ferdinand, that in his day was the most expensive signing of the Premier League after arriving to the United of the Leeds by 35 million euros, there is not anybody that cost so at least 20 millions.
"I do not know it; I do not know if somebody voucher at least 20 million euros", answered Ferdinand to the question of if Paul Pogba cost these 120 million euros of which is speaking can cost his arrival to Old Trafford. A clear alegato that goes direct to the heart of the modern football that seems has gone back crazy when paying these quantities by some footballers.
"If these 100 million those that speaks help to the team to win titles will think that it has been a good business", commented to add that "also it said that the United had paid a lot of money by me, but the true is that we were six times champions of the Premier in 12 years. Under this point of view, resulted cheap".
Ferdinand coincided between 2009 and 2012 with the international French, with which affirms to have spoken recently. "I have spoken with him, I know it well. For him the football is it everything. It does not think in the money. When it came to the United the money was not the most important for him", sustained.
Ferdinand described the form to be of Pogba, a man that lives by the football. "It was a motivation of the type 'how will be Ryan Giggs?' 'How it will be Roy Keane?' Pogba Is like this. It adores the football, only wants to become the best", sustained in front of the British means. The criticisms of Ferdinand by the price of Paul are not the first that arrive of an ex player of the Manchester United, as Paul Scholes already had spoken recently of this.