- Paul Pogba returns to Turin on Thursday for France’s Nations League semi-finals
- The Frenchman played for a 3-2 win over Belgium at the Allianz Stadium in Juventus.
- Pogba was asked if he wants to go to Italy next season?
- The 28-year-old replied that he is in constant touch with Juventus players
- Pogba has one season left on his Manchester United contract and may leave
Paul Pogba has revealed he is in regular communication with his former Juventus teammates, amid speculation he may leave Manchester United on a free transfer and rejoin the Turin club.
The French midfielder has been strongly linked with a move back to Juventus, with his contract at Old Trafford expiring at the end of the current season – meaning he will be on a pre-contract deal with other clubs in just three months’ time. can negotiate.
Pogba returned to Turin on Thursday night to play France’s Nations League semi-final over Belgium, which saw Les Blaise go down 2-0 to beat No. 1 3-2.
Paul Pogba (left) reveals he is still in communication with several Juventus players such as Paulo Dybala (right)
Pogba returned to Turin on Thursday to take part in France’s Nations League match against Belgium
The 28-year-old, whose agent Mino Riola admitted that Juventus and Turin are still at the player’s heart last month, was asked by Italian TV channel Mediaset if he was ready to answer Juventus’ calls on a return to the club.
Pogba replied: ‘I always talk to my former Juventus teammates, like Paulo (Dybala). I’m in Manchester, I’ve still got a contract there for a year and then we’ll see.
‘I want to do well there in Manchester, then we will see what happens.’
Pogba left Juventus in 2016 to seal a then-world record £94 million return to Manchester United, having come through the Premier League’s academy under Sir Alex Ferguson before jumping ship to Turin in 2012.
Pogba has one year left on his contract at Manchester United and could leave next year
Despite Pogba’s popularity at Old Trafford, his relationship with United has been torn apart, with representative Raiola often criticizing the Premier League giants’ way of conducting their football.
The Red Devils are yet to win a trophy since Pogba’s first season at the club in 2017, with Italian agent Raiola slamming United for their lack of game direction in late 2019.
Last month, Riola revealed that Pogba’s future is still up in the air, but City teased a return to Juventus due to the player’s praise.
Riola told RAI Sport in September this year: ‘Pogba’s contract expires next year. We’ll talk to Manchester and see.
Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola (above), says Juventus and the city of Turin are still ‘in his heart’
‘Certainly Turin remains in his heart and he cares a lot about these things. There is a possibility of a comeback in Juventus but it also depends on Juve.
Before Pogba took to the Turin field to take on Belgium in the last four clashes of the Nations League, the Frenchman was urged by former Juventus teammate Juan Cuadrado to stay in the Italian city and not return to Manchester.
The Man United midfielder shared photos of himself on Instagram training with France at Juventus’s Allianz Stadium before the game, with the caption: ‘The Nations League Finals Under Way!’
But Colombian winger Cuadrado commented: ‘Dear friend, stay home.’