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Paul Pogba's Exquisite Piece of Skill in Juventus Training Leaves Fans Stunned
- Pogba recently left fans stunned with a brilliant piece of skill during a training session
- The 29-year-old took a massive pay cut to secure a return back to Juventus after six years at Manchester United
- During his first spell with Juventus, Pogba managed 34 goals in 178 appearances across all competitions
Paul Pogba seems to be back to his very best within the first few weeks as a Juventus player as he flaunted some exquisite skills in training.
The Frenchman, 29, returned to The Old Lady this summer after his contract ran out at Manchester United, ending his six-year spell with the Red Devils.
In truth, his time at United was rather underwhelming and mostly filled with controversy, mostly having to do with the question of whether he wanted to play at Old Trafford.
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At Juve, however, Pogba seems rejuvenated and a video shared online by Juventus suggests he is ready to go.
In the video, Pogba does the classic ‘elastico’ to beat a man, before flicking the ball to pass it to a teammate, leaving the other player for dead.
Fans online also took notice of Pogba’s rejuvenation and lovely piece of skill on social media.
“Oh my…Prime Pogba is back.” One said.
“Give it to them PP.” Another added.
“Man that's some piece of skill”,
Return of Pogba
On his return to Turin, Pogba was given a heroic welcome back by fans, who seem to know he enjoyed some of his best football with the Serie A giants.
In his very first press conference since his return, Pogba vowed to fight for his new team and ‘do better’ that he did the last six years.
“I believe in destiny, I am happy with all the choices I’ve made. That’s life. I am happy now. Who knows, had I won, choices could have been different.” He said.
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“It’s true that I was injured sometimes. It was a bit of everything. Coach, team, change of roles, these things blocked me a little.”
Napoli boss reacts to Osmihen exit links
Elsewhere, Napoli’s sporting director Cristiano Guintoli, has disclosed that he is not aware that Bayern Munich have officially tendered a bid to sign Victor Osimhen.
On Sunday, Italian outlet Il Mattino claimed that Bayern had submitted an enquiry to Napoli for the Nigerian forward.
In his reaction, Giuntoli stated emphatically that he was not aware of Osimhen’s imminent move to Bayern.