Paul Pogba is a player that some Juventus fans dream of seeing again with the black and white shirt.
The Frenchman was an inspiration for several fans and also for the younger players when he played for the Bianconeri between 2012 and 2016.
He returned to Manchester United and didn’t have the best times in England.
He’s ready to go again after Mino Raiola insisted that his client won’t extend his contract at Old Trafford.
The aftermath of his comments has seen reports claim that United may even allow him to leave their club next month (CalcioMercato).
Juve took the lead for his signing with some reports stating that the Bianconeri are preparing a January loan for the World Cup winner.
However, Raiola spoke again about the midfielder’s future recently and seemed to rule out a January transfer from England.
He was at the Golden Boy awards ceremony when the award was presented to Erling Haaland, and he said Pogba probably won’t move next month as big players hardly move in the January transfer window.
He said away Transfer market: “It will have a great future, I don’t know. I read the future, not the future. In England they are very sensitive when it comes to Pogba. I expressed my thoughts, my opinion. Nothing striking, I think it’s clear. said to speak in the summer, the big players hardly move in January. Now let’s see in the summer, we live in a very changed world. ”