Manchester United could face Chelsea like transfer ban
After last week’s publicity of Chelsea FC breaking transfer regulations in their bid to sign Gaël Kakuta and subsequent 2 transfer window ban which will come to an end in 2011 the light has since tuned to Manchester United and their purchase of youngster Paul Pogba.
It is reported that Manchester United promised Pogba a number of incentives to sign up to the club which included a £15k-a-week wage when he reaches 17, a bonus of £85,000 to each parent and the promise of a house near the Manchester United training ground.
The accusations come from the president of Le Havre, Jean-Pierre Louvel, which is Pogba’s former club.
Louvel slammed the Premier League side by saying ‘France respects a certain number of rules, but English clubs do not respect anything.’
Le Havre are reportedly putting together documentation to bring the case against Manchester United but United deny any wrong-doing as Pogba was not under any other contract.