Juventus fans turn on former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba following Instagram post
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Juventus fans have turned on Paul Pogba since his move from Manchester United following his latest Instagram post.
It's safe to say his move back to Italy has not gone to plan so far, given he hasn't played a minute for the Old Lady as of yet due to injury.
Having finally escaped United, a move that was seen as mutually beneficial for both sides, United have strengthened with Christian Eriksen and Casemiro, while Juventus are yet to see their former star kick a ball in a black and white shirt.
Furthermore, considering he's out with a thigh injury strain, fans have been less than impressed by his latest Instagram post which sees Pogba at a ski resort, taking a selfie; we're sure Graeme Souness is absolutely seething wherever he is.
The World Cup winner missed out on the chance to help his France side retain their title as world champions, and considering there's no official date on his return, Juve fans appear to be beginning to get more and more aggrieved at the decision to spend big wages on an injury-prone midfielder who has barely played in recent years.
While he enjoyed a successful spell the first time around in Italy - featuring in the Serie A Team of the Year three years in a row - that young, confident and highly-talented player seems a distant memory and all we can do is wait and see if any glimpses of the old Pogba are still there after all this time.
Clearly one Juventus supporter was already over Pogba: "Was never a fan of his since he left us for you guys. You want him back? We throw in a bag of skips."
Another Juve fan added: "Not fit enough to play but well enough to ski."
One United fan dropped by to comment about knowing the struggles with Pogba: "No way you lot are finally realising!"
While another commented: "So glad he's not at United anymore!"
Juve fans will have plenty of time to deal with their Pogba issues, given he's contracted until 2026, but the longer he remains out of action, the more the tension will build.
Never mind the fact he will need time to get back to full sharpness and form, as well as get used to a whole new team and league on top of that - it's certainly the start of a long road back for the Frenchman.
If he doesn't manage to put it all together in Italy, he risks falling into the category of players who never 'fulfilled their full potential' - see Mario Balotelli, Hatem Ben Arfa and Alexandre Pato as examples.
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