Jose Mourinho Eyeying $107 Million Deal For Juventus Superstar

Tanya Simon
September 13, 2018

Jerome Boateng personally called Jose Mourinho to explain that he had no interest in switching clubs in the summer.

However, it was the assurances of new manager Niko Kovac, who promised Boateng that he would be an important part of the team this season, which convinced him to stay at the Allianz Arena, as he explained to Mourinho.

The German defender has proven himself as a world-class player in the past few years and Mourinho was believed to be keen on bringing him to Old Trafford.

Pogba's relationship with manager Jose Mourinho is said to be on the rocks, with the French midfielder recently telling the press that there are things he can not talk about for fear of being fined.

Boateng had previously played in the Premier League for Manchester City, but the 30-year-old defender could not be tempted to leave Bayern, even if the thought of a new club intrigued him. "It's one of the biggest clubs in the world".

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After the end of the World Cup in Russian Federation, nothing kept the football world buzzing like club transfers.

'There was a lot of talk, but it was just like that, I'm under contract in Manchester, ' Pogba told the TV station.

However, Maguire said he never had concrete thoughts of leaving Leicester City and Boateng also revealed he wasn't fully convinced of a move.

"I phoned Jose Mourinho and told him that his interest honoured me and thanked him [for trying so hard to try and bring me to United]".

'Neville the pundit on Pogba would say, "He's a talented player but I want to see more consistency and leadership", the former right back told The Times. It was no escape, but rather the thrill of a new challenge.

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