There is no problem with Manchester United to continue signing promising young players from all over the world. After signing Le Havre’s Paul Pogba, United turn their attention to Caen’s Regis Etari.
According to L’Equipe, Man United are interested to add the17 years old future squad list. However, Caen are hoping the argument over Gael Kakuta‘s transfer to Chelsea and their following ban from transfer market will cool United interests.
Meanwhile, Man United officials are ready to hit back into any complaints from La Havre over Paul Pogba’s signing. They will ask FIFA to intercede and force Le Havre and the French FA to release Pogba’s international clearance papers.
A United source said: “We would vigorously deny any wrong-doing in the signing of Paul Pogba. Le Havre’s complaint and call for action against United is complete nonsense. Everything has been done within UEFA guidelines.
“Our next move is to speak with FIFA and ask them to compel the French federation to release Pogba’s papers so he can join up with us.
“The boy wants to come to United because he knows we give talented young players a chance to make a big future for themselves.”