“He never did that at United. Saved his best for Juve: Paul Pogba dazzles in training – leaving fans in awe of ‘the most talented midfielder in the world’… as the Italian giants’ signing seems to shine after the Red Devils’ departure
- Paul Pogba has shown Manchester United fans what they’re missing
- He showed unparalleled artistry during a training session with Juve
- The 28-year-old completed his second spell at Old Trafford this summer
- After his contract expired, he returned to Turin on a free transfer
- Fans have given their opinion on the midfielder’s skills during Juve’s training session
The France international ended his second spell at Old Trafford by returning to Turin free transfer after his contract expires this summer.
The 29-year-old midfielder appears to have returned to his best form after returning to Italy – after he was spotted presenting himself in training on Monday morning.
Paul Pogba has shown Manchester United fans what they’re missing out on in Juve training
Pogba has often been criticized by United faithful for his lack of commitment to the club and lackluster approach to games.
Fans and pundits were delighted to see the France international’s back as he returned to the club he previously played for between 2012 and 2016.
Pogba also seemed happy with his decision to re-sign for Juventus during Monday’s Serie A squad training session.
A clip shared on Juve’s official Twitter page saw Pogba leap past his defender before pulling off a bold back heel and passing it to his teammate.
In a clip shared on Juve’s official Twitter page, Pogba jumped past his defender (above).
The France international then pulled a bold heel pass to his teammate
Juve fans took to social media to praise the midfielder, while Manchester United supporters questioned why he didn’t perform like he did at Old Trafford.
“The most skilled midfielder in the world,” wrote one fan. Another said: “Man that’s a piece of art”.
Meanwhile, one United fan wrote: “He can’t do that in the EPL”. Another said: “I’m convinced that guy just hated United”.
Pogba is hoping to repeat the success of his four-year spell at Juventus between 2012 and 2016.
During that time he won four consecutive Serie A titles and established himself as one of the most dynamic midfielders in the world.
It was this form that made United break the world transfer record to bring him back to Manchester in the summer of 2016.
The £89m man helped Jose Mourinho’s team win the Europa League and EFL Cup in his debut season but further silverware eluded him.
Pogba scored 39 goals in 226 games for the Red Devils before deciding to return to Juventus this summer.
Speaking on his decision to return to Juventus, Pogba said: “I believe in destiny, I’m happy with all the choices I’ve made. So life is. I am happy now. Who knows, if I had won, the decisions could have been different.”
The France international continued: “When you play for a team and change coaches every season, it’s difficult. It’s true that sometimes I was hurt. It was a bit of everything. Coach, team, role change, these things blocked me a bit.
“Now it’s a different Paul, a different Pogba and hopefully I won’t have a lot of injuries, I’ll feel good and play my role and do better than I’ve done in recent seasons.”