Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola says ‘there’s a chance’ the Manchester United star could return to Juventus next summer.
The 28-year-old midfielder rejoined United from Juventus in a club-record £94.5million deal in 2016, but could depart Old Trafford on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of the season.
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European powerhouses Real Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Juve have all been keeping close tabs on the situation, with Pogba free to sign a pre-contract agreement with foreign teams from January 1.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has maintained throughout that Pogba is a key part of his plans for the future as United look to close the gap on Premier League champions and fierce rivals Manchester City.
However, the Red Devils are no closer to agreeing terms with the World Cup winner and Raiola has repeatedly fuelled rumours that his client could be set for the exit door at the Theatre of Dreams.
In his latest explosive interview with Rai Sport, Pogba’s outspoken agent claimed the the Frenchman ‘still loves’ Turin and refused to rule out a possible reunion with Juventus after a five-year hiatus.
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‘Paul Pogba is out of contract in June, so we’ll talk with Manchester United and we’ll see what happens,’ Raiola – who Sir Alex Ferguson once branded a ‘s***bag’ – told the Italian TV channel.
‘Juventus? Paul still loves Turin.
‘There’s a chance that Pogba will return to Juventus, yes – but it also depends on Juventus’ plans.’
Pogba has enjoyed a superb start to the Premier League season, notching up seven assists in four games with United sitting at the top of the table.
The France international will hope to continue his excellent run of form this weekend when the Red Devils travel to the London Stadium to take on David Moyes’ West Ham.
Speaking on Spanish TV show El Chiringuito earlier this week, Mathias Pogba said his brother’s future would be decided ‘at the right time’.
‘Right now, he’s good where he is, right now, but it’s his decision to make, so we’ll see later what happens, when it’s the right time. That’s all I can tell you,’ he said.
‘This season is very good, there was a lot of bla, bla, bla [about] where he is.
‘The way he is playing this year is very good, he is very professional, very focused.’
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