New Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has finally detailed the challenges he faced during his stay with Man United. Pogba endured a frustrating spell during his six-year stint with the Red Devils before his exit this summer.
According to "The Sun", Pogba re-signed for the Red Devils in 2016 under the then manager, Jose Mourinho, hoping to impact a United side that had struggled post-Sir Alex Ferguson era. The France international's return to the Premier League came when he had established himself as one of the best creative midfielders in the world.
He went on to sum up the three reasons: “There were different factors. Coach, teams, the position on the pitch, all these contributed to block me a little bit in my performance.”
“But now I've left it's another Paul, another Pogba. I truly hope I won't get injured again, I feel good, I'll play in my position and hopefully do better than in the last few years.”
He even made mention that his heart beat for Juventus hence he wants a come back in his career and Juventus is the best pathway.
The World Cup winner made 232 appearances for United in all competitions, scoring 39 goals and making 51 assists.
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