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Thierry Henry: Whoever gets Paul Pogba is going to get an amazing player


Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba is an amazing player.

The Frenchman is a target for Chelsea, Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain according to reports with Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri determined to keep him at the club.

"He is a special player and that's why every team wants him," Henry told

"Is he going to stay at Juventus? I don't know. But whoever gets him is going to get an amazing player.

"I was a bit upset for him because he couldn't perform the way he wanted to perform at the end of the season because he came back from an injury at the wrong time.

"For people to talk about him the way they talk about him right now, it's because he has something that young players his age don't have right now."

Asked why Manchester United let the Frenchman go, Henry said: "I don't know what happened there, he was ready for me at that time.

"He was ready to play at the time he left Manchester United.

"I saw him play in a World Cup with the France youth team and you could see already that he had something different from the other players.

"It didn't work for him at United for various reasons but he showed character, he went to Juventus and showed he could play. Now everybody wants him."

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