After Chelsea had been slapped with a ban from the transfer window, news broke that Manchester United could be in for the same punishment after French club Le Havre claimed we had unlawfully gained the signature of youngster Paul Pogba. United claimed time and again that we had done nothing wrong and there was no problem with the deal, much to Le Havre president Jean-Pierre Louvel’s frustration. Even Pogba’s parents laughed off Lovel’s claims that we had bought them off with a house and money.
Today, FIFA have confirmed that Le Havre don’t have a case against us.
“Manchester United is pleased to confirm that the Football Association has been authorised by FIFA to register Paul Pogba as a United player with immediate effect.”
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