- Claudio Marchisio has begged Paul Pogba to return to Juventus to regain his form
- The Italian forward believes the Frenchman will be happy again if he rejoins Juve
- Pogba and Marchisio won four Scudetto's and two Coppa Italia trophies together
Claudio Marchisio has pleaded with his former Juventus teammate Paul Pogba to leave Man United for a second spell with the Biaconeri.
The duo won four Serie titles and two Coppa Italia together with the Old Lady between 2012 and 2016 before Pogba made a record-breaking return to the Red Devils.
Pogba admitted during the international break that this period was his most difficult in his career.
"I have never known a difficult period in my career.
"Les Bleues is a breath of fresh air, the group of playrs are exceptional, it’s magic."
And Marchisio has asked the France international to rejoin the Turin giants and rediscover his form again.
Marchisio whose career has been blighted with injuries replied to a tweet Pogba saying:
"Please @paulpogba come to @juventusfc... you will be happy again - me too."
The 26-year-old has started five of 12 matches under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer scoring just once in the EFL Cup and providing an assist against RB Leipzig in the Champions League.
Pogba was not in United's starting line up in their win over Everton at Goodison Park but played just two full 90 minutes in the losses to Tottenham and Arsenal.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that N'Golo Kante was being smart about how his career would have turned out either being an accountant or a footballer, Sport Bible.
The French midfielder who has now won two Premier League titles with Leicester City and Chelsea, as well as the World Cup, ended up being a world-class player.
Kante began his journey with local amateur club JS Suresnesn and played in the French third-division in 2012.
Legit.ng also reported that Paul Pogba's dream of playing for Real Madrid is edging closer as Man United is set to drop their asking price to £53million, Daily Mail.
The France international has come under huge criticisms in the new campaign and has not been a regular in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's starting XI.
According to Spanish news media outlet AS quoted FourFourTwo that the Red Devils are now ready to lower their price for the 27-year-old.
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