Manchester United Football Club may well have a task on their hands when it comes to keeping Paul Pogba at Old Trafford.
According to Tuttosport, translated by The Metro, the French midfielder is keen on re-joining Juventus in the January transfer window.
The 25-year-old only made his United return just two years ago, but after an apparent fall-out with manager Jose Mourinho, the #6 is ready to up-sticks again and leave the Theatre of Dreams.
Pogba enjoyed success aplenty in Turin, I can certainly understand why he wants to go back. In terms of a confidence-booster, that’d be the perfect move for him as trophies are almost a guarantee with the Old Lady.
However, the ball is in United’s court. Pogba is under contract. He gets paid an awful lot of money. I doubt he’ll be leaving any time soon; unless the club want to cash in.
In January, too? Pogba has no chance whatsoever at leaving in the middle of the season. If he kicks up enough fuss then United may well let him go next summer, but as previously alluded to, I don’t even see that happening. The club has all the power in this situation, so it may well be a long year for the talented Frenchman.