Il Corriere dello Sport: Pogba still seeking Juventus return
- According to the Italian news outlet, French World Cup winner continues to 'dream' of switching back to Juventus
- Il Corriere dello Sport believe the 25-year-old has allegedly told his ex-teammates 'he wants Turin return'
According to the latest round of gossips from Il Corriere dello Sport, Juventus still look forward to land their ex-player with Paul Pogba allegedly "telling former Bianconeri teammates he wants Turin return"
Pogba previously played for the Serie A club in from 2012 until joining Man United 4 years later for a then record-breaking fee of £89m.
Paul Pogba is the first Man Utd player to score 20+ goals and provide 20+ assists across all competitions under Jose Mourinho:— Squawka Football (@Squawka) October 28, 2018
⚽️ 20 goals
🅰️ 21 assists
They all count... pic.twitter.com/fENmYlCZqF
Juventus want to close the deal in January, however, they might wait until next summer and try to sign the World Cup-winning midfielder on a permanent deal. The Old Lady might also consider including Alex Sandro into the potential deal as Juve's full-back is yet to sign a new deal with the club.
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