Liverpool are already staring down the barrel of a shocking season. But Paul Pogba should be an unlikely source of transfer reassurance for owners FSG. The list of the top 20 most expensive football transfers of all time is a surprisingly hit-and-miss affair. Romelu Lukaku features on it twice, with both moves going down as major flops. Liverpool’s sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona sits in third place. But perhaps nobody surpasses Paul Pogba, whose move to Manchester United still ranks as one of the 10 most expensive deals in history — bookended by two separate free transfers to Juventus.

It’s a statistic that sums up the Frenchman’s rather curious career, one full of peaks and troughs. He has found himself the subject of ridicule and scorn on occasion, epitomised by his second release from Old Trafford in the summer. But he has also spent time as one of football’s hottest properties, as the eye-watering transfer record attests.

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Paul Pogba faces a race against time to be fit for the 2022 World Cup after it was confirmed he will return from injury just 10 days before the first ball is kicked in Qatar. The Frenchman joined Juventus for a second this summer after departing Manchester United but saw his sensational return ruined by an injury in pre-season. Pogba originally opted for a shorter and riskier treatment as he attempted to get substantial playing minutes under his belt in Italy but changed his mind after and underwent surgery last week.

The midfielder is being forced to undergo eight weeks of rehabilitation following surgery before he is able to return to first-team training in Turin, and may not return until Juventus travel to Verona on November 10, according to Get French Football News. The 29-year-old’s rest period would see him given the green light to return to training on October 31 but would need weeks to get up to competitive match fitness.

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Three weeks ago, you could forgive a Juventus fan for being more bullish about the midfield than one had in quite some time. With Paul Pogba returning to join talented pieces like Manuel Locatelli and Weston McKennie, backed up by Denis Zakaria and three solid young prospects, things were finally looking up for a unit that had been in flux for nearly half a decade. While certainly not on the level of the MVPP midfield of a decade ago, it certainly had the potential to match what we saw when a prime Miralem Pjanic and a pre-injury Sami Khedira were manning the engine room.

For some (myself included) Pogba’s return was tempered by the fact that his injury history was reaching “Not great, Bob!” levels. That reared its ugly head early, undercutting an excellent performance in the team’s first friendly when he was diagnosed with a tear in his meniscus. Initially faced with anywhere from two to five months out, depending on which surgery he chose, he then imprudently chose Door No. 3 and decided to simply try to rehab the knee, turning his leg into a ticking time bomb in order to try to stave off surgery before the World Cup.

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Juventus have confirmed the signing of Angel Di Maria on a free transfer following his departure from PSG. The Argentina international left the French champions following the expiry of his contract in the summer. Di Maria racked up 295 appearances for PSG during his seven years at the club. The forward also chipped in with 92 goals across all competitions. While in Paris, the 34-year-old claimed five league titles, 13 domestic cups and also reached the 2019/20 Champions League final – one which ended in defeat against Bayern Munich.

Di Maria has now signed a one-year deal at Juventus as he looks to continue playing at the highest level ahead of November’s World Cup in Qatar. The player has already made 122 appearances for the national team and scored 25 goals in the process. Last year, the forward helped the team to their first major honour in 28 years as Argentina claimed the Copa America title. Di Maria previously enjoyed a spell in the Premier League and made 27 appearances for Manchester United during the 2014/15 season.

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly received offers as he prepares to make a decision on his future. This is according to the report from Sky Sports whichsaid three big European teams have made tempting offers for the Frenchman and that the Manchester United Academy graduate will decide his future while on holiday in the United States of America (USA).


It has already been confirmed that Pogba will leave Manchester United when his contract at the Premier League club expires at the end of this month. The announcement was made by Manchester United a few days ago.Pogba is not short of suitors with big European clubs keen to sign him. As revealed by the aforementioned media portal,Pogba has offers from Italian Serie A side Juventus, French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and Real Madrid.

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is keen on a free transfer to newly crowned French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) according to the latest reports emanating from the Spanish media. The specific report from Spanish publication MundoDeportivo said that the French World Cup winner has his sights set on a move to the Parc des Princes this summer.


Paul Pogba has been linked with several clubs this summer as his Manchester United career is on course to end this summer. The 29-year-old has a few weeks left on his Manchester United contract. He has been linked with a move to Spanish champions Real Madrid and former team Juventus. Pogba might have played his last game for Manchester United after he was forced off with a season-ending injury during the Premier League game at arch rivals Liverpool. He was substituted in the first quarter of the game which ended in a 4-0 win for the home team thanks to the goals from Mohamed Salah (2), Sadio Mane and Luis Diaz.

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Frenchman Paul Pogba was a major absentee for Manchester United during their Premier League clash with North London giants Arsenal at the weekend. Pogba was absent as Arsenal beat Manchester United 3-1 at home to strengthen their quest to qualify for Champions League football next season. Only a place in the top four will see that the Gunners meet their Champions League target.


Arsenal came into Manchester United game on the back of a thrilling six-goal clash at London rivals Chelsea with the Gunners getting four of the six goals and they made a dream start against the Red Devils. Nuno Tavares gave Arsenal the lead in the third minute after he prodded the rebound home from close range after Manchester United goalkeeper saved the shot from England international Bukayo Saka.

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is reportedly set to leave the Premier League club after failing to reach an agreement over a new deal. This is according to the report from the stables of the Daily Mail which stated that Paul Pogba turned down a new Manchester United deal last summer and that the Frenchman wants a more lucrative deal. As things stand, Manchester United are not ready to meet his demands and this means that the player will leave the club at the end of his contract this summer. Paul Pogba has less than six months to run on his current United deal and he would be able to leave for free.


If Pogba leaves Manchester United on a free transfer in the summer, the Premier League giants would suffer significant loss on the player having paid a world-record fee for his transfer around six years ago.

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Paul Pogba’s contract situation has been a topic of hot debate for months now. The French man is in the last six months of his contract, and Manchester United would be wondering if they could actually lose him for free. Manchester United paid £89 million for the Juve man in 2016, but things look dicey as he runs down his contract.

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According to various reports, Pogba is looking for a new contract in the range of£500,000 per week. Those at United do not believe that he’s worth that much, which is why there’s a standstill at the moment. The 28-year-old looked odds on to leave United last year, but the arrival of Ralf Rangnick may have turned the tide around for the English club.

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Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will spent one more month on the sidelines as he continues his rehabilitation from the injury he suffered while on national team duty with world champions France in November.

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Paul Pogba has been out of action due to a groin injury picked up on France duty several weeks ago. He was injured when Manchester United lost 4-1 to hosts Watford in the Premier League towards the end of November and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked as the Red Devils manager shortly after the game.

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