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The 47 year old former German international and Bayern Munich player think that Bayern Munich cannot able to control the transfer fees in the upcoming days.
According to the goalkeeper it is a matter of time when Pogba’s world record fee will be broken and he fears that his former team might not able to cope up with the English giants and the La Liga teams.
At the starting of this year the Manchester United lure Pogba from Juventus and they bucket him for €100m.
He also thinks that within a few years there transfer will be there where teams will be ready to spend more than €150m but the former goalkeeper is not convinced that his former club Bayern Munich will spend that much money on a player.
Kahn said to the German football magazine Socrates: "Huge amounts of money will have to be spent in the war to sign the best players,"
"I think the €150m mark will soon be broken.
"It will be a huge challenge for Bayern to sign players of [Franck] Ribery and [Arjen] Robben's calibre in the future.
"The question is whether Bayern are willing to go along when the English and Spanish really start spending big in the years to come."
Bayern Munich signed Javi Martinez from Atlethic Bilbao for €40m and he remains their record signing, but for the young Portuguese star they could have to pay €80m on some conditions.