This Is Why Paul Pogba Wants To Return To Juventus

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Juventus are racking up the big money signings, and if reports in Italy are to be believed, they have more players waiting to be possibly signed up. Next on their agenda may well be Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

The Frenchman may have been criticised a fair bit since returning to Old Trafford a couple of seasons ago, but he shall come back to his club this time as a World Cup winner.

Pogba was an influential member of the triumphant World Cup-winning French squad, and even scored a beautiful goal in the final against Croatia.

Now, it seems as though Juventus’ recent £88.5m acquisition of Portuguese mega-star Cristiano Ronaldo has rekindled a desire in Pogba to head back to his former club.

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The 25-year-old arguably made his career at the Old Lady, but has struggled to find the same kind of form at club level with Manchester United, even though he continues to impress with his country France.

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It is also pertinent to note that in his several social media posts, Pogba also included one in which French teammate Blaise Matuidi is constantly reminding him to come back to Juventus. Paul followed the inquisition up with a smile and a song about the Old Lady of Turin.

Though there have been flashes of brilliance from the midfielder at United, he has come under fire from the media as well as from Jose Mourinho himself, for supposed attitude problems and unwillingness to compete at the highest level.

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With United planning a squad overhaul centered around the talents of Pogba, it may well be a blow if the talismanic Frenchman decides to move on and find Juventus better suited to his style of play.

How this particular story pans out promises to be interesting to say the very least.

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