- Paul Pogba's world-record transfer to Manchester United is set to be investigated by FIFA
- The French midfielder moved to Old Trafford for a mouth-watering fee of £89m last summer
- According to reports, the basic wages of the player was revealed and this brought about FIFA's involvement
Paul Pogba’s world-record transfer to Manchester United last summer is set to be investigated by FIFA, according to reports.
The French midfielder moved from Juventus to United in the summer for £89million making it the all-time record transfer fee in football.
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It was reported that FIFA will further look into the transfer which broke records in world football.
Although it is not certain which part of the transfer FIFA is investigating.
According to Football Leaks, Pogba's agent Mino Raiola will pocket more than £41m for the transfer.
The midfielder's wages was revealed in full as he earns a basic wage of £165,588-a-week, annual loyalty bonus £3.4million will be added from next year.
His basic wage would increase by £36k-a-week and he will gain £255k from commercial rights in 2017.
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