Abramovich orders Chelsea staff to work on Pogba transfer


Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has ordered the Chelsea staff to work on a summer transfer for Paul Pogba.

The Juventus star has been linked with a move back to the Premier League since last summer. The likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea are all willing to break the bank for the French midfielder.

The likes of Barcelona and Real Madrid are thought to be looking at the player as well.

Chelsea are in desperate need of another central midfielder alongside Matic and Fabregas. Russian owner Roman Abramovich is apparently working on a big money deal for the former Manchester United player.

According to reports in Italy, Abramovich is looking at a possibility of bringing in Pogba and Conte this summer. The former Juventus manager is out of contract in the summer and Chelsea are looking to appoint him as their long-term successor to Jose Mourinho.

Pogba has been sensational for the Italians since joining them from Manchester United and is valued at around £85m. The Frenchman was instrumental in Juventus’ journey to the Champions League final last season.

Chelsea have had a shocking season by their standards and it seems their owner is ready to fund another revolution at Stamford Bridge.


Man United News: De Gea to miss Europa game, Banega negotiations
Daniel Sturridge says his future is with Liverpool