Juventus’ tactician, Massimilliano Allegri, spoke about the transfer issue which involved his referral team with the ex-player, Paul Pogba, which lately has become the talk of a number of British media. Allegri did not say much about this rumor, because he was still an MU player, who would be Juventus’ opponent in the European Champions League.
In addition to the issue of Jose Mourinho’s dismissal, rumors of Paul Pogba’s departure from Old Trafford have also been the talk of European media lately. The French international midfielder was considered to be no longer able to bear the fact that he was always used as a scapegoat every time Manchester United lost or played badly in a match.
In addition, Pogba was indeed in conflict with his manager, Jose Mourinho, and several times videotapes showed this. Even both parties often throw each other satire.
There are many European giants linked to Pogba’s departure, for example, Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona, Real Madrid and his former club, Juventus. Bianconneri’s coach, Massimilliano Allegri himself was reluctant to comment much about the rumor, because in fact, Pogba is still a Manchester United player at this time.
“Pogba? He plays for Manchester United and we have to face it in two crucial matches to get away [from the group stage] in the Champions League,” said Allegri.
As it is known, Manchester United will indeed clash with Juventus in the Champions League group phase, a match that will also make Ronaldo reunite with Old Trafford. Pogba himself left Juventus in 2016 ago. At that time United was willing to pour a dowry of £ 89 million to transport it from Turin.
During his defense of Juventus, Pogba was brought in from Old Trafford for free in 2012, performing brilliantly and helping the club win four Scudetto Trophies.