Juventus eyeing Paul Pogba return from Manchester United

According to reports in Italy this afternoon, Serie A champions Juventus are keen on on bringing Paul Pogba back to

According to reports in Italy this afternoon, Serie A champions Juventus are keen on on bringing Paul Pogba back to the club this summer.

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the recently-finished 2017/18 campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches in the months that followed.

Relationship

As a result of his struggles on the pitch and difficult relationship with Mourinho off of it, Pogba has been heavily linked with a summer departure from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and PSG the sides most persistently touted as potential destinations for the Frenchman.

Manchester to Turin again?

However, another club who have been named as possible contenders for Pogba, albeit on a far lesser scale than the aforementioned sides, have been Italian champions Juventus.

Pogba of course made his name with the Bianconeri between 2012 and 2016, with Italian outlet Tuttosport reporting this afternoon that Max Allegri wants to bring either the Frenchman or Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic (who coincidentally has also been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford) to Turin this summer.

As such, the possibility also exists that, if Savic does in fact make the move to Manchester over the next few months, that Pogba could head back to Juventus.

However, as things stand, a Pogba return to the Allianz Stadium, for obvious reasons, looks unlikely.

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches.

Relationship

As a result of his struggles on the pitch and difficult relationship with Mourinho off of it, Pogba has been heavily linked with a summer departure from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and PSG the sides most persistently touted as potential destinations for the Frenchman.

But, speaking in an interview with French outlet Canal+ in the wake of Manchester United’s 1-0 FA Cup Final loss at the hands of Chelsea on Saturday night, Pogba was once again questioned on his relationship with Mourinho, with the 25-year-old adamant that despite the pair not being close off of the pitch, this season’s tough stretches under the Portuguese tactician helped him to ‘grow up as a leader’, once again insinuating that no ill will exists between both men:

‘There were times when I wasn’t playing. I was on the bench. Much has been spoken about.’

‘People thought it was wrong but a coach and player don’t have to be best friends.’

‘One is not forced to go to the restaurant together. I had some problems – it’s mental. He put me on the bench, I answered on the pitch, I give my maximum every time. It made me grow in leadership.’

‘I had the armband with Mourinho, it was the first time in a club. It’s important to me, it makes me grow up to be as a leader in the France team.’

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Chelsea’s supporters have this evening absolutely lavished praise on N’Golo Kante, following the French midfielder’s FA Cup final performance versus

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Matchup

The two sides went head to head at Wembley, in the final fixture of the English football calendar this season.

Both clubs came into proceedings desperate to clinch their first silverware of the campaign, after Manchester City claimed the Carabao Cup back in February, before sauntering to the Premier League title last month.

Teams

In front

The early exchanges at Wembley this evening saw little between the sides, with Chelsea just shading things in terms of chances created.

And it was the Blues who then went on to take the lead with 22 minutes on the clock, when a long ball from Cesc Fabregas was brilliantly latched onto by Eden Hazard, with the Belgian leaving Phil Jones in his wake as he burst through one on one with David De Gea.

From here, Jones made a last-ditch attempt to wrap an outstretched leg around Hazard to get a touch on the ball, but only succeeded in tripping Chelsea’s star man up, resulting in a penalty.

Hazard subsequently stepped up and slotted home the ensuing spot-kick with ease, sending David De Gea the wrong way.

Controller

And that was all she wrote in terms of goalscoring on the day, with United, despite holding the vast majority of the possession over the course of the 2nd-half, having struggled to carve out clear-cut opportunities, and deservedly fallen to defeat.

Key to Chelsea’s victory this evening were the performances of the likes of Antonio Rudiger, Thibaut Courtois and midfield dynamo N’Golo Kante, with the latter having since been absolutely showered with praise by his side’s fans following the full-time whistle at Wembley:

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this evening provided a brief update on his future with the club, amid mounting speculation

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba this evening provided a brief update on his future with the club, amid mounting speculation that he could be on the move at the end of the season.

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches.

On the move?

As a result of his struggles on the pitch and difficult relationship with Mourinho off of it, Pogba has been heavily linked with a summer departure from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and PSG the sides most persistently touted as potential destinations for the Frenchman.

Speaking in an interview with Canal+ earlier today, Pogba, who has to this point remained relatively tight-lipped on his future at Old Trafford, was questioned on whether he had begun to pay heed to the speculation surrounding his name.

However, the Frenchman, while confirming that he is not currently thinking about a transfer, will hardly have filled fans of Manchester United with confidence with his response:

‘For now I’m at Manchester United. I only think in the present. We’re in the cup final, there’s the World Cup coming up. A transfer? It’s not in my head.’

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches.

‘Keep a certain level’

Speaking in a press conference last night ahead of his side’s FA Cup semi-final clash with Tottenham this evening, Mourinho was questioned on the recent form of Pogba, as well as what he expects from United’s midfield dynamo on a weekly basis:

‘I told him after the Manchester City game that I am not expecting him to be the man of the match in every match. I am not expecting him to be phenomenal in every match, because that is really difficult, but to keep a certain level is the challenge.’

‘He was phenomenal against City. I think he was not good against West Brom. And I think he was phenomenal again against Bournemouth. Against City you have the two goals where people can say: ‘Wow, super decisive.’ But I think he played even better against Bournemouth. Since minute one he was more consistent, more in control of the game.’

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches.

On the move?

As a result of his struggles on the pitch and difficult relationship with Mourinho off of it, Pogba has been heavily linked with a departure from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and PSG the sides most persistently touted as potential destinations for the Frenchman, and the latter having reportedly made contact with Mino Raiola, Pogba’s agent, regarding a possible summer switch to the Parc des Princes.

‘A showman’

One man who is of the opinion that United would be making a mistake in allowing Pogba to depart the club at the end of the season, though, is former Red Devils’ hitman Dwight Yorke.

Speaking in an interview with TalkSport earlier today, Yorke, who won the Premier League 3 times and the Champions League once during his time at Old Trafford, moved to defend ‘entertainer’ Pogba for his performances this season, revealing his opinion that although the French international must realise that ‘he can’t just perform when he feels like’ it, the setup of Jose Mourinho’s Red Devils means that it is often tough for Pogba to showcase his abilities effectively:

‘No, I don’t think he should leave United.’

‘When you join United, you are under so much scrutiny, and if you underperform there are always people likely to criticise you – it’s just part and parcel of the game.’

‘He’s still in that development stage and he’ll embrace all this and understand he can’t just perform when he feels like.’

‘I don’t think he goes out there deliberately trying not to perform, I just think he’s not been able to express himself.’

‘It’s all about character, and understanding the character of the people you have brought to the football club. He’s a showman, Paul Pogba, and a great guy – you can’t take that away from him because that is his personality and he likes to express himself.’

‘I feel at times he has been restricted – defensively he has to contribute to the team, and it’s not just about Paul Pogba, it is about the team – but when it comes to the character of the person, Pogba is an entertainer.’

‘He wants to entertain, and sometimes he is not allowed to do that.’

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In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time for long stretches.

On the move?

As a result of his struggles on the pitch and difficult relationship with Mourinho off of it, Pogba has been heavily linked with a summer departure from Old Trafford, with Real Madrid and PSG the sides most persistently touted as potential destinations for the Frenchman.

A report from Paris United earlier this month suggested that Pogba was growing more and more open to the idea of joining PSG, having previously turned his nose up at the chance to play in Ligue 1.

And, as per a further update courtesy of ESPN this afternoon, the recently-crowned French champions look to have been encouraged by Pogba’s attitude change, with ‘sources close to the club’ having informed ESPN that they have opened talks with the midfielder’s agent, Mino Raiola, regarding a summer move to the Parc des Princes.

The report also goes on to state that major changes are in store for PSG’s squad at the end of the season, with Thiago Silva and Javier Pastore the latest players inching towards exits.

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Paul Pogba’s ‘Hand of Pog’ goes viral vs West Brom

Viewers of this afternoon’s Premier League clash between Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion have taken to social media in

Viewers of this afternoon’s Premier League clash between Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion have taken to social media in numbers to discuss Paul Pogba’s bizarre hand-ball attempt at goal.

Matchup

The two sides are currently locked in action at Old Trafford, with United having come into proceedings fresh off the back of their morale-boosting 3-2 comeback victory over Manchester City in the derby last weekend.

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Paul Pogba during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Manchester United at Etihad Stadium on April 7, 2018 in Manchester, England.

West Brom, meanwhile, had failed to pick up all 3 points in a Premier League outing since the middle of January, with the Baggies’ last match having seen them throw away a second-half lead to draw 1-1 with Swansea City.

Teams

0-0

The early exchanges of this afternoon’s clash saw hosts United control the vast majority of possession, but West Brom look surprisingly dangerous on the break through the likes of Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez.

The best chances of the opening 45 minutes fell to Jake Livermore and Romelu Lukaku, with David De Gea and Ben Foster both subsequently producing impressive stops to keep the scores level heading into the interval.

Maradona-esque

Aside from efforts at goal (of which there were few) over the course of the first-half, one other moment has since caused quite a stir online, involving Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.

After seeing the ball whipped into the box at pace just before the half-hour mark, Pogba, who had made one of his trademark bursts from deep into the West Brom area, leaped into the air, before quickly realising that he had slightly misjudged the pitch of the ball.

However, rather than let the cross fly past, Pogba instead threw his arms at the ball, slapping an effort towards goal, before quickly picking up a yellow card for his troubles.

Reaction

And the online reaction to Pogba’s ‘Maradona moment’ has since been typically brilliant, with the caption ‘The Hand of Pog’ going viral across Twitter.

Check out the highlights below:

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Viewers of this evening’s clash between Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion have taken to Twitter in numbers to slate Paul Pogba, following his sub-par hour-long showing.

Matchup

The two sides went head to head at Old Trafford, with United having come into proceedings fresh off the back of their morale-boosting 3-2 comeback victory over Manchester City in the derby last weekend.

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – APRIL 07: Chris Smalling of Manchester United celebrates scoring his side’s third goal with Paul Pogba during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Manchester United at Etihad Stadium on April 7, 2018 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

West Brom, meanwhile, had failed to pick up all 3 points in a Premier League outing since the middle of January, with the Baggies’ last match having seen them throw away a second-half lead to draw 1-1 with Swansea City.

Teams

0-0

The early exchanges of this afternoon’s clash saw hosts United control the vast majority of possession, but West Brom look surprisingly dangerous on the break through the likes of Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez.

The best chances of the opening 45 minutes fell to Jake Livermore and Romelu Lukaku, with David De Gea and Ben Foster both subsequently producing impressive stops to keep the scores level heading into the interval.

Coming up short

The second 45 started out in a similar vein, with United once again struggling to break down the stout backline of their opponents.

As such, the struggles of his side soon forced the arm of Red Devils’ boss Jose Mourinho, who, after introducing Jesse Lingard for Ander Herrera at half-time, opted to haul off Paul Pogba, the difference-maker in last Saturday’s derby, replacing the midfielder with fellow Frenchman Anthony Martial in the 57th-minute.

Pogba, who many had hoped would kick on following his brilliance versus Manchester City, looked largely disinterested during his hour on the pitch this evening, providing little in terms of cutting edge, losing possession too easily and even picking up a booking for a bizarre Maradona-esque hand-ball attempt at goal during the first-half.

Slated

Unsurprisingly, the reaction online to Pogba’s showing and subsequent substitution has since been typically ruthless, as showcased below:

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Incredibly, in the end, the lack of cutting edge on the part of the Red Devils proved extremely costly this evening, as Jay Rodriguez’s headed finish in the 73rd-minute sent Darren Moore’s bottom of the table Baggies home with all 3 points, resulting in Manchester City being crowned the champions of the Premier League.

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Return

In one of the most highly-publicised transfers of all time, French midfield maestro Pogba re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016, after making the move to Juventus as a free agent in 2012.

Pogba’s 105 million Euro fee was the highest of all-time upon the deal’s completion, with many having immediately questioned the decision of United to splash out such a hefty fee on the Frenchman’s signature.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – AUGUST 10: Paul Pogba (L) of Juventus celebrates his goal with Andrea Pirlo of Juventus during the match between the A-League All Stars and Juventus at ANZ Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Joosep Martinson/Getty Images)

After a hit-and-miss debut season back in Manchester, Pogba started out the current campaign in scintillating fashion, finally looking as though he was set to flourish into the player that had been on show for Juventus for several seasons running.

However, a thigh injury picked up in September saw the gifted Frenchman ruled out for two months, with Pogba having since failed to string together a consistent run of dominant performances for Manchester United.

Blame game

Much of the blame for Pogba’s struggles has been placed on the shoulders of Red Devils’ manager Jose Mourinho, with a public touchline fall-out between the pair during United’s 2-0 loss at the hands of Tottenham in January having since seen the midfielder struggle for game-time at Old Trafford.

On the move?

Though he played a starring role in his side’s comeback victory over Premier League champions-elect and fierce rivals Manchester City on Saturday evening, Pogba has nevertheless been heavily linked with a departure from United, with the likes of Real Madrid and PSG touted as potential destinations.

And, as per the aforementioned report from Paris United (the outlet that first announced Neymar’s arrival at the Parc des Princes last summer), the chances of Pogba making the move to PSG at the end of the season may not be as low as first thought.

This is due to claims on the part of the Parisian outlet that the presence of Neymar (a ‘close friend’ of Pogba) in the French capital has begun to open the Frenchman’s mind to the idea of playing in Ligue 1, an option which he had previously turned his nose up at.

In addition, the report claims that Manchester United would be open to the idea of parting with Pogba, if a suitable offer is to arrive for the midfielder, with Lazio’s Sergej Milinkovic- Savic already lined up as his replacement.

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