On 16 July 2016, N'golo Kanté signed for England outlet Chelsea for a reported fee of about £32m. Penning down a five-year deal with the club, Kanté said: "I am so happy to signed for one of the biggest and best clubs in Europe. It’s a dream to play in Europe top flights, it's really a dream come true for me." According to reported rumours, the french man was offered a deal where some part of his salary would be transferred into an offshore account to avoid taxes. But the deal didn't seem right for Kante, with his lawyer stating in an email: "N'golo is flexible, he simply wants a normal salary." Kanté was later handed the vacant number seven jersey.
On 8 August 2016,Paul Pogba returned to boyhood club, Manchester United, penning down a five-year contract for a then-record for costliest football transfer fee at €105m plus bonuses of €5m, beating the former record of Real Madrid's Gareth Bale. The French man's agent, Mino Raiola, pockected a about €27m from Juventus when Pogba re-joined English side Manchester United; Juventus disclosed the fee as an auxiliary expense, for €26.154m. On 19 August, Paul made his first outing since returning back to the club in a 2–0 home victory over Southampton in the Premier League.
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