Paul Pogba (2nd L) celebrates
According to BBC Sport, United had to pay Juventus a transfer fee of £89 million in order to secure the services of Pogba.
Former Arsenal striker Wright has taken to Twitter to give his reaction to the signing of Pogba by Jose Mourinho’s side.
The former England international has suggested that the Red Devils were justified in paying big money for Pogba and has also sent a message to the Frenchman on Twitter.
Former Chelsea and Celtic striker Chris Sutton has replied to Wright’s message on Twitter, claiming that Arsenal are not willing to spend money to sign the best players in the world.
Of course it's a lot of money! But if you want the best, you've gotta pay ! United are willing to pay pic.twitter.com/sFOVfpIyca— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) 9 August 2016
Ian Wright laughing
Pogba scored eight goals and created 54 chances in 35 Serie A appearances for Juventus last season, according to Squawka.com.
The France international midfielder had a pass accuracy of 83% and a shot accuracy of 37%, and won 63 headers, 102 dribbles and 55 tackles, according to Squawka.com.