Three reasons Paul Pogba should join Chelsea
Shona Duthie looks at three reasons why Paul Pogba should head to Chelsea this summer
Unfinished business with Premier League football
Paul Pogba had a bad experience in the Premier League when playing for Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson. If he were to sign for Chelsea, it would give him the chance to show that he can excel in the Premier League. Chelsea’s formation would suit Pogba’s style a lot more than at United and under Jose Mourinho, Pogba could develop his game even further. He has impressed many with his skills and determination at Juventus and if he plays at the same level at Stamford Bridge, he could be one to watch for the future. Pogba is a powerful midfielder who can charge forward and play defensive.
Increases Chelsea’s chances of winning more silverware
Pogba is skilful and has an eye for goal. He has also won the Serie A title in each of his three seasons in Italy. He was named best young player of the World Cup in 2014 and has gone from strength-to-strength since.He showed how incredible he can perform after he reached his first Champions League final last season with Juventus. Chelsea needs a player like him. With the lure of the Premier League calling his name, he can show Ferguson that he has a love for the game rather than being disrespectful. Pogba can easily improve Chelsea’s chances of winning more silverware, not just the Premier League. He has had a taste of what it is like to reach a Champions League final and will not want to give up that feeling of trying to win the coveted trophy. Becoming a main player for a club like Chelsea can only be a good thing for the young player.
Can become a Chelsea great
At only 22, Pogba still has many playing years left in him. He could join the likes of John Terry, Petr Cech and Frank Lampard into the Chelsea hall of fame. Pogba is a player with exceptional talent and if he added his play with Eden Hazard and Diego Costa, it could be something that is spectacular to watch. Pogba has scored 14 times in 75 appearances for Juventus since he signed in 2012 on a free transfer. Pogba is comfortable playing in attack or defence and having played with the likes of Andrea Pirlo he can take the experience he has learned from playing with a great of the game to South-west London. The French international could certainly become one of the best in a Chelsea blue shirt.