Paul Pogba is one of the most attracted summer targets in the world of football as all the top clubs have shown interest in signing the French star of Juventus and Barcelona has reportedly launched an offer of around a��56 million in order to lure him to Camp Nou but Johan Cruyff is not sure if Barcelona actually has a real need to sign the 22 year old player.
The top European leagues have already kicked off in full force and the summer transfer window is still open, this gives the chance for clubs to continue on spending cash in reinforcing their respective squads and make last minute signings.
Barcelona has the task of not only defending the Spanish League trophy but also to protect their Champions League title and it order to accomplish this monumental feat, Rudi Garcia is still searching around the transfer market for another potential arrival and one of these players is Paul Pogba.
Former star of Barcelona, Johan Cruyff said: a�?a��In my opinion he is a great player. ‘But if you are a coach, you sign a player to make the other players and the team better.Now, we must see if Pogba is the player who Barcelona needs, or nota��a��
Johan Cruyff continued on voicing his thoughts about the current situation of Barcelona as the Dutchman added on: a�?a��Barcelona has a great reputation in the world of football. However, the club has seven open legal trials It is damaging the image and the reputation of the club and in my opinion this is unacceptablea��a��
When it comes to winning titles, Barcelona is going through a remarkable period of time as the Spanish team has been lifting major titles and is the latest winners of the Champions League. Lionel Messi is the main star of Barcelona and he has not shown any signs of slowing down but off of the pitch things arena��t going so well for the Spanish outfit as they have a string of legal battles involving frauds in relation to Neymara��s transfer as well as other issues which have been discovered which has even led to a president having to step down due to these recent problems.