Paul Pogba to Juventus could happen in the next transfer window in January, according to reports from England.
Paul Pogba is one of the world’s best midfielders. Unfortunately, he has not been up to the mark under Jose Mourinho who has never used him in an attacking role since his appointment in 2016. The 25 year old has always been restricted to playing a much defensive role than what he prefers.
News has also emerged that he has had fallout with Jose Mourinho since the business end of last season. With that being said, it now seems to have been settled after the former Chelsea boss praised the World Cup winner on several occasions apart from even handing him the captain’s responsibility for all the three Premier League matches so far.
Unfortunately, Pogba has not won too much at Manchester United and also been the subject of harsh criticism since signing for the Red Devils back in 2016. The France international’s performances have been lackluster in the last two years for his club, but completely contrasting for his national team.
He was widely linked with a transfer away from the Premier League giants amid rumours of a bust up with his manager. Barcelona were the club credited with interest in the France international as he was tightly tipped to being Andres Iniesta’s successor at the club. However, Juventus have also arrived as late customers.
With the European transfer windows now closed, it is being claimed by Italian media outlets that the 25 year old is on the radar of Juventus who are plotting a possible return for the man who left them two years ago for a then world record fee of 89 million pounds. The Old Lady of Turin has already been busy in the summer so far having signed Cristiano Ronaldo and Leonardo Bonucci.
Paul Pogba will return to Juventus to play a Champions League group stage fixture in the Manchester United kit and will probably hope to play for the Bianconeri in the coming months.