Man United's Paul Pogba open to Juventus return - Raiola

Tanya Simon
February 14, 2020

Many Manchester United fans appear to have become frustrated with the constant back and forth drama of Paul Pogba's agent Mino Raiola.

Since summer, the Frenchman has been heavily linked with a move away from United, with renewed gossip on that front emerging in the last couple of weeks alone.

The 26-year-old is convinced that a move would be in everyone's best interests and his agent, Mino Raiola, said on Thursday (Feb 13) night that the France worldwide would like to return to Juventus.

The French worldwide is said to be desperate to play a part in helping his side in the run-in to the end of the season, and he may also have one eye on the summer as he bids to prove to France manager Didier Deschamps that he is fit enough to play a key part for his side in the European Championships.

Raiola, addressing a possible move to Juventus, who signed Pogba on a free in 2012 after his United deal expired and sold him back for €110 million, said: "Pogba feels at home in Italy".

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Still, it had to be done just in case Florentino Pérez somehow convinced Ed Woodward to let his prized asset go, but despite many claims of an agreement being reached, it never really felt like it was going to happen.

'Paul wants to play at the best level but he can't escape by Manchester United if they are in a hard situation'.

Pogba is now recovering from ankle surgery and has been out for several weeks.

The club hope a strong finish to the season from him and an impressive showing for France at Euro 2020 will strengthen their hand regarding a fee.

United are unlikely to demand as much as £160m this summer but Raiola believes Pogba's desired exit could be complicated if the club remain in a "difficult" situation.

However, with Lazio now third in Serie A just one point behind Juventus and Inter, and the Serbian in good form (four goals and seven assists in 28 appearances), that price could rise come the end of the campaign once more.

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