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(Video) Frank Lebouef doesn’t think Paul Pogba should return to Juventus

Italian journalist Gabrielle Marcotti believes Paul Pogba would be a great addition for Max Allegri’s squad next season, while his ESPN colleague Frank Lebouef disagreed.

Leboeuf, who won the World Cup with France in 1998, says that Pogba has already had his best days in Turin, so he should try to find success elsewhere.

The former Chelsea defender clearly doesn’t think Pogba is what Juventus need right now, but which top team could you say needs a player like him? Not many.

Footage courtesy of ESPN FC

However, according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus are optimistic about finalizing a deal to sign Pogba this summer.

The Serie A giants are ready to offer the 29-year-old a three-year deal with an annual salary of €10 million net.

From a United perspective, I think it’s embarrassing that we are set to lose Pogba on a free transfer for a second time, but I won’t be losing sleep over the fact he won’t be in the team next season.

Let us know if you think Pogba should stay at United rather than return to Juventus?

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