Juventus questions the future of Paul Pogba, England smashes Enzo Fernandez, Rafael Leão has decided for his future, find in your Foot Mercato press review the latest information from the European sports press.
Juventus abandons Pogba
Paul Pogba was in the group tonight against Lazio and thought finally see the end of the tunnel. Well, we’ll have to wait a little longer because Pogba has fallen back. His coach Allegri announced that he was suffering from “pain in the flexor muscles.” La Gazzetta dello Sport displays its annoyance this morning, “Pogbasta,” drops the pink paper. “He is knocked out again. Juve is thinking about the future because the Frenchman is more and more a problem,” writes the transalpine media. The Pioche has not played in competition since last April, it was with Manchester United. Corriere Dello Sport mentions his case in its interior pages and believes that his coach has dropped him. As a reminder, Pogba is tied to Juventus until 2026.
For England, Enzo Fernandez is overpriced!
The transfer of Enzo Fernandez for 121 M€ to Chelsea is the biggest transfer in the history of the club. A price that the English press considers exorbitant. The Daily Mirror does not mince its words and considers that he is “not worth 107 million pounds”. The Daily Star goes further and even talks about “scam”. More generally, England considers that the Argentine and especially SL Benfica have taken advantage of the player’s great World Cup to sell him at this incredible price. Chelsea is also very expensive after a winter of all records.
Rafael Leão’s clan comes out of silence
The rumors about the future of Rafael Leão are going well in recent days. The lawyer of the player was keen to put an end to the rumors of a departure of his colt. As Quotidiano Sportivo points out, “Leão wants to stay”. Tuttosport even sends a message to the management of AC Milan: “For Leão there is only Milan. Let’s find an agreement!”, writes the transalpine media. The Portuguese’s lawyer also denied a potential request to lower his release clause, which is set at 150 million. The way seems clear for AC Milan.