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Compilation Of 'The Real Paul Pogba' At Juventus Is Special, He Was Unplayable

Josh Lawless

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Compilation Of 'The Real Paul Pogba' At Juventus Is Special, He Was Unplayable

A compilation of 'the real Paul Pogba' at Juventus has been doing the rounds after the Frenchman agreed to join the Turin club on a free transfer for the second time.

Pogba's deal at Manchester United is to expire at the end of June and it's already been widely reported that the player will be heading back to Juve six years after leaving.


The 29-year-old returned to United for a then world record £89.3m fee but the general consensus is that Pogba was largely underwhelming and ultimately did not justify his price tag.

Although there were glimpses, Pogba struggled for consistency and could not replicate his Juventus form.

Image: Shuttershock
Image: Shuttershock

In the black and white stripes of Juve, between 2012 and 2016, the Golden Boy award winner was utterly unplayable.

Playing in midfield with the likes of Andrea Pirlo, Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal, Pogba dominated games and looked to be the complete midfielder.

He had opposition players on strings with his tricks and puzzles and smashed in a frightening amount of long-range worldies.

You can see exactly why United forked out such a hefty amount to bring back to Old Trafford, where he had played just seven times in his first spell.

A 11 minute compilation of him running the show has garnered over 700,000 videos on YouTube and will make for perfect viewing Juve fans excited for Pogba's return.

At Juve, Pogba won four consecutive Serie A titles and two Coppa Italias, as well as helping the Bianconeri to the 2015 Champions League final where they were beaten by Luis Enrique's Barcelona.

Image: Shuttershock
Image: Shuttershock

He played 178 times, scoring 34 goals and registering 40 assists. Arguably his best season was his final campaign at the Allianz Stadium, when he sported the iconic No.10 shirt and scored eight and assisted ten in Serie A.

In recent times Pogba's relationship with United fans soured and he was booed by his own supporters in the win over Norwich - leading to him cupping his ear to them.

There was also the release of his controversial documentary, titled 'The Pogmentary', which is currently the worst-rated TV show or movie on IMDB with a rating of just one out of 10.

Pogba is expected to join up with Juve in the next two weeks and sign for four years.

Featured Image Credit: Image: ASComps

Topics: Paul Pogba, Juventus, Manchester United, Premier League, Serie A

Josh Lawless
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