Gerard Pique & Paul Pogba
Gerard Piqué i Bernabeu (born 2 February 1987) is a Spanish footballer, currently playing as a central defender for FC Barcelona. Paul Labile Pogba (born 15 March 1993) is a French footballer who plays for English club Manchester United. /5
Gerard Pique Paul Pogba Ravel Morrison Manchester United Giuseppe Rossi Ryan Giggs David Moyes Old Trafford Wayne Rooney Premier League West Ham Daniel Sturridge Upton Park Sunday Telegraph World Cup Stoke City David Beckham Paul Scholes Jan Vertonghen
and it hurts. The likes of Gerard Pique, Giuseppe Rossi, Paul Pogba and Ravel Morrison just to name a couple off the top of my head.
Ryan Giggs has been handed a key role at Manchester United to stop any further 'brain-drain' of the club’s best young players. United’s pride in developing great young players for their first-team has been dented in recent years by the departure for different reasons of Gerard Pique, Giuseppe Rossi and Paul Pogba, who have all gone on to enjoy great success elsewhere. Ravel Morrison also left the club to join West Ham in 2012. To address the problem, Giggs has been told that one of his major jobs as assistant-manager to the incoming Louis van Gaal is to be a liason between the under-21 development squad and the first-team. He will be expected to recommend to the Dutchman which players are ready to step up to train with the senior squad and who has the potential to play alongside the likes of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney in competitive games. The first beneficiary could be young midfielder Andreas Pereira who is currently out in China with the Brazilian under-20 team. He has just a year left on hi ...
I remember Gerard Pique and Paul Pogba barely getting a game at United...look where they both are now...
Manchester United have gained a reputation as one of the best places for young footballers to ply their trade. It's a tradition that stems back to the ‘Golden Generation’ under Sir Alex Ferguson, when the likes of David Beckham, Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes all graduated to the Red Devils first team. But, over the years, the current Premier League champions have let their fair share of top talent leave the club as well. 5.Ravel Morrison to West Ham United 4.Ryan Shawcross to Stoke City 3.Giuseppe Rossi to Villarreal 2.Gerard Pique to Barcelona 1.Paul Pogba to Juventus Comment if I have missed anyone
United get £25k every time Ravel Morrison plays for West Ham. With former Red Ravel Morrison currently making waves in the Premier League with West Ham, talk has been of another Old Trafford youngster to have slipped through the net. Youth team players Gerard Pique and Paul Pogba have left in recent years before going on to star in Europe, and Morrison has the potential to show Manchester United what they're missing in the same league. Having paid £650,000 to take the youngster to Upton Park last year, West Ham would seem to have a bargain for the talent the player is starting to show. But a report in the Sunday Telegraph says that the Old Trafford club pocket £25,000 whenever the midfielder plays for West Ham, and have already picked up £200,000 this season alone for Morrison's eight appearances for the Hammers. Such a deal is not as rare as it may sound. Chelsea had to pay £500,000 to Manchester City on top of a £3.5m fee for every ten games Daniel Sturridge played for the West London club.
(I have to agree with Robbie Savage here even if Januzaj only played one great game) No offence, but why would Adnan Januzaj want to play for England when the country where he was born could win the World Cup in 2018? Januzaj scored two fantastic goals for Manchester United last weekend and the kid has tremendous potential. But, after just two games for United, the 18-year-old is already facing two big decisions which could shape his whole career as a player – and his national identity. Firstly, should he stay at Old Trafford in the long term? After letting Gerard Pique and Paul Pogba slip through the net, I believe United will make it a priority to keep hold of Januzaj. David Moyes has always been brave enough to give youth its chance, from Wayne Rooney and Ross Barkley at Everton to Januzaj at United. Now, he’s got to convince Januzaj he is in the best place to fulfil his potential. Meanwhile, England are among the countries who are jostling to find out whether he can play for them. But if I were Ja ...
Another mistake by Fergie, letting Paul Pogba go! He'll be the midfield version of Gerard Piqué in a few years!
Paul Pogba will probably go on and do a Gerard Pique, Fs.
Something tell me Paul Pogba will be another regret like Gerard Piqué
Paul Pogba will probs be like Gerard Pique. Move to another rated club and become a good player !
Paul Pogba will definitely be another Gerard Pique, united sell him & he'll become one of the best in the world.
Paul Pogba: the next Gerard Pique. Why do we keep letting them go??
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