Most ridiculous transfer valuations

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Recently Manchester United try to give record deal for France’s Midfielder, Paul Pogba. So many former player thinks that it was waste of money that Man Utd offered to Pogba.

Here are few transfers like that

Jordon Ibe (£15m)

He became most expensive Uncapped English player in the history.He scored just one goal and three assists in 41 leagues games and made just 22 starts in 4 years.

Yannick Bolasie (£28m)

“I’ll sell Yannick, if someone wants to give me £40m to £60m, somewhere in there, that would be good,” said Pards. But he just scord 10 goal in 95 league games.

Robbie Brady (£20m)

Irishman impressed this summer, and was one of few positives to emerge from a disappointing campaign for his club, but the fee is likely to see at least four of those clubs dropping out.

John Stones (£50m)

Everton decide his worth as a £50m player is unclear. Pep Guardiola and Manchester City have ‘identified’ the 22-year-old we are contractually obliged to call a ‘ball-playing centre-half’ as their priority signing this summer.

Moussa Sissoko (£60m)

Moussa Sissoko had a wonderful Euro 2016. He confirmed his role as France’s James Milner, except slightly less boring and slightly more useful But Newcastle decided to place a ‘FOR SALE: £35m’ sign on his head.

Georginio Wijnaldum, the Toon signed the Dutchman for £14m last summer.

Leonardo Bonucci (£51m)

Wonderful individual performances at Euro 2016 were few and far between. Michael McGovern saved so many goals for Northern Ireland against Germany in the group stages, where Luka Modric also excelled in both of his two appearances for Croatia.

Italy confounded expectations on that Tuesday evening, but Bonucci was the conductor from defence. His assist for Emmanuele Giaccherini extolled the virtues of an actual ‘ball-playing centre-half’.

Alvaro Morata (£64m)

Morata has league titles in Spain and Italy, honours at youth level for his national team and a burgeoning reputation as one of the continents brightest young strikers. But his career record of 83 goals in 228 games does not immediately suggest a role as the fifth-most expensive player ever.

Paul Pogba (£100m)

Paul Pogba is undoubtedly a talented player. Cause he is a four-time Serie A winner, a two-time Coppa Italia champion, a Champions League and European Championship runner-up, and a former holder of the esteemed Golden Boy award. But £100m?

As excellent as Pogba is but is he excellent like Bale, Graizemann, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi or any other big players ? at now NO.

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