Paul Pogba has been urged to push for a move away from Manchester United and return to Juventus at the earliest opportunity. Pogba has been tipped to leave Old Trafford next summer.
Pogba has been told to return to Juventus next summer in order to regain his full ability.
The Frenchman initially signed for Juve back in 2012 after leaving United on a free.
He enjoyed the best football of his career in Serie A, winning four straight Serie A titles.
After proving himself as one of the most talented midfielders in the world, he earned a then-world record £89million move to United in 2016.
Since then, he’s slightly struggled to find his feet at Old Trafford, and has been employed in a range of positions by both Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Pogba has been linked with moves away on numerous occasions, with Real Madrid and Juventus both interested.
Madrid were reportedly ready to make a bid for him last year before the coronavirus pandemic, and have been tipped to move again for him next year.
And Juventus icon Claudio Marchisio has urged him to return to Juventus.
He tweeted: ”Please @paulpogba. Come to @juventusfc, you will be happy again. Me too #tilltheend.”
Pogba made headlines this week after he opened up on his current situation at United.
The midfielder has largely been left on the sidelines in recent weeks, and has been forced to come off the bench on numerous occasions.
And he admitted he feels he is going through a tough period in his career, and relished the chance to play for France during the international break.
He said: “This is a period that I haven’t previously experienced in my career, as I’ve been used to playing all the time and getting into my rhythm, so that’s suddenly changed.
“I feel I’m gradually getting back into it now. I’m rediscovering my form.
“That’s the sort of performance that I need to produce and I need to do so consistently.
“[Playing with France] it’s like a window that opens up. It’s a breath of fresh air when you come here.
“We have a truly fantastic squad. When we come here, we’re all happy.
“We’re all pleased to see one another. We really enjoy ourselves on the pitch.
“That doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy ourselves at club level, but it’s not the same here.
“We’re a real family, and we have so much fun when we come here.”
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