Manchester United let Paul Pogba go in acrimonious circumstances back in 2011, and since then the young Frenchman has been setting the world alight with truly world class performances. However, the 21-year old could be all set for a sensational return to Old Trafford.
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Manchester United and Paul Pogba are known to have certain gripes regarding the Frenchman’s free transfer away from the club back in 2012. The 21-year old cited his lack of playing time for leaving the club, with the stubborn Sir Alex Ferguson telling him to bide his time.
Nemanja Matic’s recent return to Chelsea has sparked a flurry of derogatory responses from fans across the English game, including those following Manchester United. A player initially signed for £1.5 million in 2009, Matic was sold to Benfica as part of the deal that bought David Luiz to Stamford Bridge in 2011, but has now rejoined the club for a fee of £21 million.
Since his acrimonious move away from Old Trafford last year due to financial issues, Paul Pogba has taken every opportunity to have a sly dig at the club that helped him become the player he is today. Whilst at United Pogba won an FA Youth Cup, and made seven appearances for the club before turning a contract down.
The boss confirms that the young Frenchman Paul Pogba has chosen a move to Italian giants Juventus. In my opinion if he stalled about signing a contract in the first place hen he isn’t worthy of pulling on the red shirt.
19 Year old Paul Pogba has tonight agreed to join Italian Giants Juventus on a reported 4-year contract. Pogba was widely tipped to make it big at United after winning the FA Youth Cup back in 2011, but now has decided to follow Ravel Morrison out of the club.
I was recently flicking through our team and it got me thinking, If we were to lift the Premier League trophy this year, which players would miss out on a medal. To be eligible for a medal you need to make ten appearances throughout the league season.
This whole Pogba scenario is finally starting to get on my nerves, the young players in football these days think they can demand ridiculous wages and hold clubs at ransom for their footballing talents, and truth be told they get away with it at the majority of clubs.
For the last few seasons many have begged the question “When will Sir Alex realise that Manchester United need a new midfielder”, but who are we to question the greatest manager of all time? And do we really need to delve into the transfer market? Personally, I don’t think so in the slightest.