Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been one of the most talked about players in the transfer market this summer.
His future at Manchester United is not guaranteed after he expressed his desire to end his three-year stay at the Theatre of Dreams.
Paul Pogba was on the books of Manchester United until 2012 when he left on a free transfer to Juventus while legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was still running the show at Old Trafford.
The Frenchman swapped Manchester United for Juventus in search of playing time as he was having none of it with the Red Devils.
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Pogba spent four hugely successful years with the Italians before returning to the Premier League.
During his time at Juventus, Paul Pogba won four straight Italian Serie A titles in addition to reaching the 2015 Champions League final which the Old Lady lost 3-1 to eventual champions Barcelona.
He returned to Manchester United from Juventus for a then club-record £89m deal in 2016 and the player has been linked with a return to Turin.
Juventus and Real Madrid have serious interest in Paul Pogba this summer but both clubs have to pay €180m to sign him according to the publication from trusted Spanish media outlet Marca.