Paul Pogba's transfer to Juventus has been officially announced. The Frenchman left Manchester United after his deal at Old Trafford expired. The 29-year-old previously played for the Turin club for four years, making 178 appearances, scoring 34 goals, and helping the team win four Serie A championships.
Pogba subsequently made the then-record-breaking £89 million move to Manchester United in 2016, but after his contract at Old Trafford expired, he decided to go back to Italy.
The club posted a statement on its website that read, "When we say goodbye after an intense adventure shared together, there is always a glimmer of hope that we will see each other again, sooner or later."
That is exactly what has happened with Paul. Our paths diverged in 2016, after four amazing years. Although we split up, we never truly forgot about one another, and there is something ancient in the call that, after a thousand journeys, eventually brings you home, they continued.
Paul has returned to Turin. One thing has not changed between his departure as a youngster and his return as a man and a champion: his ambition to once again contribute to the legendary pages of the club's history.
According to the club, Pogba is back, and they are overjoyed. Pogba arrived in Turin on Friday, and over the weekend, he finished his physical. He joins Angel Di Maria, a former forward for Paris Saint-Germain, who recently joined the team.
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