Hernan Crespo has claimed that Juventus were more logical in spending €90m on Gonzalo Higuain than Manchester United were to sign Paul Pogba for €110m.
The Serie A champions met Higuain’s release clause to poach him from Napoli, making him the world’s costliest striker before Manchester United forked out a mammoth sum to secure the services of Paul Pogba. Crespo justified Juventus’ move and said, “If Juventus paid so much to get Higuain from Napoli, it means he’s worth that money. In my view, it is logical to pay €90m for a striker who scored 36 goals in a single season. It’s far more logical than Manchester United paying €110m for Pogba.”
The 28-year-old Higuain was in sensational form for Napoli in the previous season, racking up 36 goals, which is a record
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