Paul Pogba has casted doubt into his Manchester United future by seriously considering the possibility of a sensational return to Juventus, according to Tuttosport.
Manchester United signed Pogba from the Italian giants in 2016 in a then world-record fee of £89m. However, the World Cup-winning midfielder could not replicate his impressive performances for the Red Devils, with the defensive tactics of Jose Mourinho limiting the 25-year-old’s freedom to express himself on the pitch.
Pogba helped France lift the World Cup in Russia and with his impressive performances at the tournament, many suggested his struggles at Old Trafford are down to Mourinho’s conservative approach.
Reports indicate that Pogba is tired of playing for the Portuguese and while both player and manager have denied any concerns regarding their relationship, the player’s agent Mino Raiola has been looking to offer his client to various clubs in Europe, including Barcelona and Juventus.
But Pogba reportedly prefers a move back to Turin, following the club’s signing of Cristiano Ronaldo in a £100m mega-deal. The sensational coup shows the Turin club’s ambitions and Pogba reportedly wants to join the Juve revolution.
The report also reveals that the Frenchman has been in regular contact with his old teammates Paulo Dybala, Giorgio Chiellini and Andrea Barzagli, while adding that his international teammate and current Juve stalwart Blaise Matuidi has also encouraged him to come back to Italy.