Mino Raiola To Meet With European Giants To Discuss Paul Pogba’s January Transfer

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Paul Pogba’s future continues to be one of the major talking points in terms of transfer rumours this season, despite the window have closed just a few weeks ago.

The 25-year-old may be a Manchester United player as things stand, but Tuttosport claim that might not be the case for very long.

The report says that Pogba’s controversial agent, Mino Raiola, could be set to have formal talks with Juventus over a possible return to the Serie A for his French client. This could happen as early as December.

If the timeline is to be believed, that will be just prior to the start of the winter transfer window.

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The month of January has historically seen some of the biggest transfers take place, with the most recent being earlier this year, when Alexis Sanchez jumped ship to Manchester United from Arsenal in exchange for Raiola’s other client, Henrikh Mkhitaryan.

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Pogba shined in a Juventus shirt for multiple seasons, and won the league enough times to be considered one of Europe’s most influential players at the time.

Since re-joining Manchester United, however, it just hasn’t quite clicked for the France international.

One of the biggest reasons for his lack of form has been a very public spat with manager Jose Mourinho, which has resulted in some very bad press for the Red Devils, along with constant reports of a complete breakdown within the club.

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When recently asked about his future at United, Pogba made it clear that he wasn’t planning on staying put at Old Trafford in the long term, with Barcelona emerging as major contenders to sign the World Cup winner.

Despite being named the captain for United’s first few games of the new season, the midfield maestro clearly isn’t in the mood to commit to the Mancunian side, making it obvious that he intends on polishing his career elsewhere.

With the club in relative turmoil, perhaps you can’t even blame him.

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