Juventus news: Pogba wants Bianconeri return – the details

21 November at 14:30
Juventus and Paul Pogba could be re-united, as the Frenchman grows increasingly unhappy at Manchester United. Pogba fell out with United boss Jose Mourinho in the summer and nearly left the club after reported training disputes after the World Cup, where Pogba lifted the trophy with his French compatriots.
 
Pogba left Juventus for Manchester United in 2016, moving for €105m in the then-world record signing. Since moving to Manchester, Pogba has lifted a EFL Cup and Europa League trophy, as well as winning the World Cup in Russia with France.
 
According to reports from Tuttosport, after Manchester United’s game with Juventus at the Allianz Stadium, in which Juve lost 2-1 for their first defeat of the season, Pogba spoke to the members of the Curva Sud, to whom he said: “Yes, I’ll come back, I do not know if in January or after, but I’ll come back.”
 
Manchester United currently value Pogba at around €80-90m, with the Frenchman’s agent, Mino Raiola, reportedly entering talks with the Red Devils to get the price reduced; allowing for Pogba to return to Serie A and Turin.
 
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