Paul Pogba is undoubtedly the star player at Manchester United but the Frenchman has polarized opinions since he returned to the club as a man in a then world-record deal of around £89m in the summer of 2016 shortly after Jose Mourinho was made the Red Devils manager.
Mourinho had a fallout with Paul Pogba and that ultimately aided his sack as the Manchester United manager in December 2018.
Paul Pogba returned to Manchester United from Italian champions Juventus whom he has joined on a free transfer as a teenager four years earlier though the Old Lady paid a compensation package to the Red Devils since the player came through their ranks.
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Since returning from Juventus three years ago, Manchester United fans have been split on his relevance and importance to the team in addition to his commitment to the club.
The question of his commitment to the Manchester United cause was asked again this month after his delay to return to the Manchester United team after his ankle injury which ruled him out for three months.
Paul Pogba previously talked about leaving Manchester United in the summer with clubs like Real Madrid and Juventus interested in him but the move didn’t happen.
According to CalcioMercato, Paul Pogba has made the decision to leave Manchester United for a return to Italian giants Juventus in the New Year (when the transfer window opens).