Paulo Dybala: I want Paul Pogba to come back to Juventus

Paulo Dybala: I want Paul Pogba to come back to Juventus

Paul Pogba has been asked to return back to Juventus by former teammate Paulo Dybala with the pair once having shared a special relationship on and off the pitch.

The Manchester United star spent fruitful years in Italy and though the Argentine was once linked with a move to Old Trafford, he’s instead urging his friend to come the other way.

Pogba completed a transfer back to Carrington during Jose Mourinho’s first season in charge for a then world record fee.

The Portuguese manager clearly had plans to build his side around the Frenchman and the addition of Fred this summer appears to cater to that too.

Dybala though would still love to see Paul come back to Juventus so that they could once more go back to being close friends.

According to the Daily Star, Paulo said to TYC Sport: “With Paul I kept a good relationship even after his departure for England.

“With him I was very good on the pitch, we had a lot of feeling, even outside the field we always felt very good.

“I feel that if he could come back, it will be very good for our friendship. We would stop making video calls and we would go back to training together.

“We always made new greetings, new ways to celebrate a goal, like when we touched each other with our finger after seeing Dragon Ball Z.”

Though there’s been rumours that Paul Pogba could be on his way out, the player himself has ridiculed such talk.

Juventus however isn’t the touted destination with PSG said to be the ones interested in potentially spending big on him.

Pogba doesn’t enjoy the best of relationships with Mourinho but it’s a little premature to such that will end the Frenchman’s time at Manchester having just arrived.

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