The World Cup-winning midfielder is leaving Old Trafford as a free agent this summer after six testing years with the Premier League heavyweights.
Paul Pogba has vowed to show Manchester United that they “made a mistake” in allowing him to hit free agency, with the France international midfielder questioning why he was not offered a new contract sooner at Old Trafford.
The enigmatic 29-year-old is preparing to take on another new challenge after allowing his deal with Premier League heavyweights to run down – with GOAL able to confirm that a retracing of steps to Serie A giants Juventus is now on the cards.
Pogba is looking for a change of scenery after six testing years in England that saw him break transfer records in an £89 million ($108m) move, collect three trophies under Jose Mourinho in his debut campaign with the Red Devils, but ultimately struggle to find the form that would have allowed critics to be won over.
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What has Pogba said about Man Utd?
Pogba is eager to silence his doubters in whatever the future holds for him, with there a desire on his part to prove a serious point to those that he is leaving behind at Old Trafford.
He has said in his new Amazon Prime documentary: “My thought process is to show Manchester (United) that they made a mistake in waiting to give me a contract.
“And to show other clubs that Manchester had made a mistake in not offering me a contract.”
United did attempt to tie Pogba down to a new deal during the summer of 2021, with improved terms put to him despite already pulling in a reported £290,000-a-week wage packet.
Mino Raiola, who sadly passed away in April, can be seen in a show dubbed ‘The Pogmentary’ discussing an offer from United with one of his more high-profile clients.
Pogba, though, is clearly unimpressed at seeing the Red Devils wait until 12 months from his expiry date before entering into talks, with the Frenchman saying: “How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing?
“Never seen that.”
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