Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Sport: In a hot English Summer, Paul Pogba Is Signing For Manchester United, and Sam Allardyce gets the England nod


FINALLY! After months of negotiations, L'Equipe claim that Manchester United have finished negotiations for the transfer of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.
Although it has taken some time, it appears the transfer is finally coming to an end. The report claims that all three parties have reached an agreement and he will become a Manchester United player.
A price tag is yet to be announced, but it is expected to cost Manchester United upwards of £100 million.
Be happy, United fans. It seems to be happening.


Sam Allardyce will be the next man to lead England to disappointing international tournament failure after it was reported he will be announced as Three Lions boss.
Sky Sports believe his appointment will be ratified at an FA board meeting on Thursday and that current club Sunderland have accepted the decision.
The much travelled 61-year-old coach was the choice of a 12-man FA board panel, who also sought fit to offer Steve Bruce an interview in what must have been the world's shortest shortlist for any job, ever.
It has now been '50 years of hurt' since England's glorious 1966 World Cup triumph, and if that drought ends with Allardyce at the helm in 2018, TheSPORTbible will personally plant a big fat kiss upon Big Sam's ample rump.

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