An ambitious guy who always wants to go to higher levels like Pogba cannot accept the situation above. Although he was very miserable, Pogba was forced to leave when his dear ‘second home’ is now a place to keep his career advancement.
A lot of criticism was directed at Paul Pogba when he said goodbye to Man United, although the club offered a new contract. But Pogba smashed it all with a performance on the pitch.
At the age of 19, he played brilliantly in the Juventus shirt in the first season. Then, in the following years, he became a star in the squad of Turin, the driving force for Juventus to revive and dominate Serie A.
After four seasons of playing here, Pogba has given himself 28 goals, 31 assists, won 4 Scudetto titles and reached the Champions League final in 2014/15. At the end of Euro 2016, Pogba understood that it was time he needed his next stop.
On August 9, 2016, Pogba was touched on the day he returned to Manchester United: “I am proud to return to Manchester United. The team always has a solemn place in my heart. The time at Juventus is special and good. Nice but I know it’s time to go back to Old Trafford. I want to play in front of a large audience here, to win everything with the club. “
Pogba’s price for joining Manchester United was £ 89 million, breaking the transfer record at that time held by Gareth Bale (£ 86 million). The Europa League is Pogba’s biggest title at Manchester United so far.
Pogba is currently playing his fourth season on his return to Manchester United. In general, the midfielder has not successful years with the Red Devils despite having two titles including League Cup (2016/17), Europa League (2016/17).
It is easy to see that Pogba has not yet touched two prestigious trophies, the Premier League and the Champions League. After 143 appearances in all competitions for Manchester United, Pogba has 31 goals, 24 of which have been scored in the Premier League.