Paul Pogba dismisses Juventus return says Manchester United is 'home'

Paul Pogba dismisses Juventus return says Manchester United is 'home'

Javier Howell
November 20, 2018

The France worldwide signed for United in 2016 for an initial fee of £89.3million, a world record at the time, four years after he left the club to join Juventus on a free transfer.

Sources have told ESPN FC the 33-year-old made himself available for games against Juventus and Manchester City before the global break but was not selected by Mourinho.

"I came back home".

'These are players that are standing still and sometimes going backwards.' United return to action after the current worldwide break against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford on November 24 (3pm).

Negotiations between the players' representatives and West Ham over a new deal have become hard in the past few months.

Moroccan worldwide centre-back Mehdi Benatia has been linked with a move to several clubs ahead of the January transfer window with Premier League giants Manchester United mooted as one of those interested sides. "Now I am at United".

Another player being linked with a move to Old Trafford is Memphis Depay, who was sold by United to Lyon.

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But you've got to admit, that still is pretty amusing from the England worldwide . But instead he was making an incredible effort to stay on the pitch.

Jose Mourinho has continued to monitor the likes of Toby Alderweireld, with the Tottenham defender considered to figure on a wish list alongside the likes of Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly and Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin.

But this time it is Inter who seem to be interested in signing the Frenchman.

Rooney made his final bow for the national team on Thursday as a second-half substitute at Wembley in a 3-0 win over the United States.

Herrera put United's victory in Turin into context when he said: "We were playing against maybe the team, along with City, that's in the best form in Europe".

They are two of the greatest managers of their or any other generation, but Jose Mourinho has the edge over Pep Guardiola as the current best in the business, according to Argentina legend Diego Maradona.

But despite showing glimpses of his undeniable class for the Washington outfit, the reality is that age has caught up with the former Manchester United star.