Manchester United Football Club returned to winning ways over the weekend, with Paul Pogba getting another goal for himself while putting in an excellent performance.
Seemingly, that has caught the eye of European clubs, including his ex side, Juventus. According to reports in Italy, from Calciomercato (translated by Sky Sports News), the Turin club are looking at making a sensational £62million move to bring back the French midfielder.
The 25-year-old’s biggest problem since returning to Old Trafford has been consistency. There have been far too many games in which Pogba has gone missing, and that has led to rumours about his long-term future.
Calciomercato say that Pogba would be offered a wage increase to head back to the Old Lady, which will no doubt be tempting, although I’m not sure whether United would accept a loss on the #6; particularly when you factor in how marketable he is.
With time still left on his current contract, the ball is in United’s court, they are in no real rush to sell. However, if Pogba allows his deal to run down then Edward Woodward’s hand may well be forced. For now, though, I don’t really see him going anywhere.