Manchester United’s Paul Pogba is still the subject of an exit out of Old Trafford with Juventus reportedly ready to take him back.
It has been a discouraging time for Paul Pogba at Manchester United. There have been some bad spells on the pitch, coupled with some amazing displays on other days. Add to this some heated comments from him and his agent, Mino Raiola, and you have a hot mess.
Following the super agent’s most recent comments it’s almost set in stone that we might see the Frenchman leave the Premier League. He openly stated Pogba is not happy at Old Trafford and is having a hard time expressing his full potential.
Reports suggest a permanent move away from United would undoubtedly take place in the summer with both Real Madrid and the Old Lady frontrunners for his signature. For Juve, it will be a dream for them to be able to link him up with the GOAT Cristiano Ronaldo before his time runs out at the club and as a professional footballer.
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Paul Pogba’s future at Manchester United is a source for constant speculation with the World Cup-winning Frenchman reportedly looking to leave the Theatre of Dreams next summer amid interest from Real Madrid and his former club Juventus.
The Old Lady remain keen to re-sign Pogba, who initially left United for the Italian giants in 2012 before returning to Manchester four years later.
Juventus have not given up on the idea of bringing Paul Pogba back to link up with Cristiano Ronaldo. (Via: as.com)
The French midfielder has put in a couple of decent performances this season but has still been left out of the squad by the manager, even when fit and ready to take the field. But really his performances are nothing to write home about for Man United fans.
He has made 12 Premier League appearances this season, starting eight of them. He has only contributed to one goal, which was arguably his best moment to date.
A worldly goal saw him start a comeback for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side against West Ham. They went on to win the fixture 3-1 with him putting in a stellar showing – his best of the season in a United shirt.
Man United appears ready and willing to cut their losses but would want him to improve his game and up his market value as they try to recover most of the funds used to sign him from the Serie A serial winners, Juventus.
They signed him for a then record-breaking fee of €105 million (£89.3 million). They will be looking at anything close to €80m (£71m).