Paul Pogba will wear the No.6 shirt at Manchester United after he officially completed his move from Juventus this summer.
The Frenchman finalised his transfer on Monday night after weeks of speculation linked him with an Old Trafford move.
Man United are set to pay the Italian club a world record £89 million for Pogba’s services.
He is now free to join up with his new team-mates and could even feature in Man United’s trip to Bournemouth on Sunday in their opening game of the Premier League season on August 14.
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Pogba will now wear the No.6shirt after it was left vacant since Jonny Evans signed for West Brom last summer, it has also been worn by the likes of Jaap Stam, Laurent Blanc, Rio Ferdinand and Gary Pallister.
Mourinho has done an exceptional job of completing deals for his new signings this summer, he set a deadline of the club’s first Premier League game and has seriously delivered the goods.
It’s a massive signing for United and it shows the Portuguse boss is looking to win as much as he can during his time in charge at Old Trafford.