World Cup winning Paul Pogba considering to rejoin Juventus this summer

World Cup winning Paul Pogba considering to rejoin Juventus this summer

- France international Paul Pogba could join Cristiano Ronaldo this summer at Juventus

- He recently returned from Russia where he led his country to win the 2018 FIFA World Cup

- The French star re-joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016 in the club's record fee of £89 million

Manchester United superstar Paul Pogba is reportedly considering to join Italian Serie A giants Juventus this summer.

The 25-year-old recently helped France win their second FIFA World Cup title in Russia following their 4-2 victory over Croatia.

He also scored one of the goals that inspired the team to victory in the last match of the tournament.

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However, the French midfielder is weighing his options at Old Trafford following his sour relationship with his manager Jose Mourinho.

The pair had a falling out last term during the season which led to the midfielder being relegated to the bench in a couple of their matches.

United re-signed Pogba in 2016 in a deal valued at £89 million from Juve, and an Italian publication Tuttosport claims could be on his way to his former club.

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The publication says the Italian side are hoping to add another big star to their squad having landed Cristiano Ronaldo for £100 million.

According to Tuttosport, Blaise Matuidi was quoted to have told Pogba that: "You have to come again, you have to come again."

The Man United record signing remains in regular contact with Paulo Dybala, Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini, who will all be hoping the Frenchman can return.

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Meanwhile, Massimiliano Allegri according to the publication remains a big fan of Pogba and will welcome him with both hands if he chooses to return to the club.

He said he didn't try enough to keep Pogba back in 2016 when United came for him with a mega deal.

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He said: "I did nothing to keep Pogba, because when the club told me the numbers." previously reported that Manchester United were planning to offload their midfielder Paul Pogba this summer.

Spanish League giants Barcelona are one of the leading teams looking for his signature according Don Balon.

Real Madrid were said to be interested in signing the former Juventus star before he returned to Old Trafford in 2016.

According to Don Balon, Mourinho would now give the green light to a departure at the end of the season.

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