Braekhus, Shields win decisions on HBO’s last boxing show

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‘We’re not big enough’ – Arsenal fans respond to rumoured £80m transfer

first_img Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has been linked with a move to Arsenal Arsenal fans aren’t used to seeing their side splash the cash on the planet’s top talent, so you can imagine how excited they were when boss Arsene Wenger spent two consecutive summers dipping into his pocket to land Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez.According to rumours circulating in the press, he could take that to the next level at the end of this season by making an astonishing £80m move for Juventus star Paul Pogba.While the reports have knocked some fans sideways, others are a little more sceptical as to whether the club could attract one of the world’s most sought-after talents. To get a flavour of their thoughts, scroll down…Arsenal fans, do you think you could land Paul Pogba? Comment below… 1last_img read more