Former Arsenal coach Wenger questioned the current transfer operations of the Premier League giants. He cited Pogba and Sancho as examples.
“I’m a bit surprised at the moment,” Wenger told BBC Radio 4. “England has spent a lot of effort training young players, but the Premier League’s system is very harsh and the level is very high. As a result, there is a paradox.”
"Let me give two examples: Pogba was trained in England. He left for free, and then England bought him back for 100 million. Sancho was trained in Manchester City, but today if you want him to come back, You have to pay 100 million pounds."
"The players you trained yourself have to buy back at a big price. This is something that I feel is totally illogical."