Paul Pogba has completed his move back to Juventus on a free transfer, six years after he departed the club for Manchester United in an £89 million deal - a then world-record transfer fee.
In the six seasons the Frenchman spent at Old Trafford, he made 232 appearances where he scored on 39 occasions while registering 51 assists. He leaves the Red Devils having won two pieces of silverware: A Europa League and a League Cup.
Following his medical on Saturday, the 29-year-old has completed his return to the Allianz Stadium where he has signed a four-year contract believed to be worth £8 million a year. The midfielder scored 34 goals and provided 40 assists in 178 appearances during his first spell with the Turin-based club. In that four-year period, he won four consecutive Serie A titles with the Old Lady, along with two Coppa Italias and two Suppercoppa Italiana titles.
After a turbulent stay in the Premier League where his ability and effort were questioned at times, it remains to be seen as whether the player can rediscover his form that earned him a move back to Manchester United in 2016.
Pogba will be reunited with manager Massimiliano Allegri, who was able to get the very best out of him all those years ago and everyone is interested to see if the Italian can work his magic again to revive the French international’s club career.
The midfielder is set to regain the number 10 shirt that he wore at Juventus in his first spell and he inherits the shirt from Argentine Paulo Dybala, who was recently released by Juventus.
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