Paul Pogba and Juventus have a special connection, probably more than what the player has with Manchester United.
The Italian side is what made the midfielder a global star and lured the Red Devils into buying him back as the world’s most expensive player at that time.
Pogba has been a controversial figure since his return to his boyhood club, with constant allegations of under performing at every level and also sharing a poor relationship with Jose Mourinho.
The World Cup winner has reportedly been linked with a move away from Manchester since summer, and while Barcelona was initially seen as the preferred target, a new club has now emerged on the radar.
According to TuttoSport, Pogba remains opens to a sensational return to the Old Lady in 2019, a thought that was further given life by the warm reception he received from the Juve faithful during their recent clash with United in the Champions League.
With Massimiliano Allegri at the helm and Cristiano Ronaldo a part of the team, the Frenchman is assumed to be very excited to work with the duo, and given the current circumstances of the Mancunians, their squad, and their manager, a transfer might just take place.
There is no denying the fact that Pogba is one of the best when in form, and if United do not enter into recovery mode as soon as possible, their local hero will go away for a second time, and a return would not be likely.
The English side travels to Italy soon to play Juventus in the reverse fixture, and if a hero’s welcome is what Paul gets, then a move could just as well be on the cards.