Juventus want to bring Pogba back

Juventus want to bring Pogba back

Juventus Turin intend to bring Paul Pogba back from Manchester United in the summer and are already working on a possible transfer.

Paul Pogba returned to Manchester United in 2016, having played for the Zebras for four seasons before that. However, the Frenchman’s game didn’t go well at Old Trafford due to the absence of  the overall style of play in the team, poor results and bad management from the club’s side.

Paul has been pursued by injuries recently interspersed with the reluctance of the football player to give all his best on the football pitch. The halfback has spent only seven matches in the Premier League this season, making two assists and also he entered the pitch once in the English League Cup. Pogba spent his latest match last year against Newcastle (4:1) and after that he has been recovering from an injury for almost two months.

The footballer’s agent Mino Raiola, known in the football world with his connections and reputation of a speculator, stated the following regarding a possible transfer,

“Italy for Paul is like his native home. He wouldn’t mind returning to Juve, but we will see, what will happen after Euro.

Paul wants to play on the highest level, but he cannot leave Manchester United in a difficult situation,” Raiola said.

There is overabundance of halfback at Juventus right now. Despite the fact that Emre Can left the club this winter, Matuidi, Rabiot, Bentancur, Ramsey and other midfielder remain in Maurizio Sarri’s disposal. Paul’s arrival will only ruin the already fragile stability in the locker room of Juventus. Considering the fact that Rabiot and his mom have begun protesting because of insufficient amount of play time for the Frenchman recently, Pogba’s arrival will make the management return to egocentric management.

On the one hand, Juve have Ronaldo and Pogba’s arrival can only improve the game of both footballers. On the other hand, their interaction in the locker-room can provoke a wave of new conflicts, which will be too hard to eliminate for hot-tempered Sarri. Therefore, the club management needs to think over this transfer a hundred times, before counting money for Pogba’s sold jerseys and sold tickets to the stadium.