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Currently the most sought-after player in world football, Paul Pogba's 100 million euro valuation -- slapped on him by his club, Juventus -- hasn't put off the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona or Paris Saint-Germain, who have all expressed a keen interest in the 22-year-old French international. But can such a huge fee be realistic for someone who, after all, hasn't yet fully hit the mainstream and is still to achieve global appreciation?
My personal view is that yes it can: Even at such a young age, Pogba is already the best central midfielder in world football. In fact, I can't remember in modern times ever seeing such a complete midfielder, with so many skills.
Here's a break down of Pogba's rise, skill set, comparable players and outlook as it relates to his overall value. Plus, a look at the top teams pursuing him and my pick on which club is most likely to land the French star.
Sunderland have succeeded in overturning the red card shown to defender Wes Brown against Manchester United on Saturday.
Brown was dismissed by referee Roger East for what the official felt was a foul on United striker Radamel Falcao in the area, although it appeared on replays that John O'Shea had been the man to impede the Colombian.
Referees' body the Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) released a statement after the match insisting it was not a case of mistaken identity and that...