Juventus have allegedly put together a transfer plan to try and bring back Paul Pogba from Old Trafford which involves a temporary return in January.
Rumour has been rife over Pogba’s future at United, and it all seemingly started from an interview he granted back in August where he stated that he wasn’t happy, according to The Guardian.
Much has since followed, with his public spat with manager Jose Mourinho in training to his public criticism of the teams game approach, while his indifferent form on the field for the side hasn’t also helped either as they have seriously struggled to get good results across all competitions this season.
After facing former side Juventus during the week in the UEFA Champions League, it’s now been reported that the Serie A champions have been plotting a way to bring Pogba back to Turin, and that their transfer plan is to seal a preliminary loan deal in the New Year with an obligation to make it permanent for about €70m next summer, according to Calciomercato via Tuttosport.
There’s no denying that the World Cup winner emerged as one of the top stars in his position during his first stint with the Bianconeri and so a return to Turin could be a good move for Pogba from a personal point of view.
Further, considering their continued domination in the Serie A and their push for the UEFA Champions League glory this term with Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo in the side, they undoubtedly offer Pogba a better chance of lifting major titles in the years ahead.