Manchester united world record signing has stated that he is still the same player that left Old Trafford in 2012 and described his move to Juventus as ‘going on a vacation’ before coming back home according to reports in the ESPN FC.
Paul Pogba left Old Trafford for Italian side Juventus during his teenage days but he returned to Manchester united in the summer for a world record fee of £89.3m and he has gone on to score four goals in all competitions for the red devils as well as providing several assists.
Paul Pogba told newsmen in London:
“Manchester united has always been in my heart and I always felt I was going to return. It was a normal feeling for me so I see it like I went on a holiday and returned back home. I am still the same person”.
Paul Pogba rose through the ranks with red devils attacker Jesse Lingard who got his first senior team debut under former Manchester united Louis Van Gaal in 2014 and Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard now share the same dancing celebration.
Pogba revealed he was delighted to see his old friend when he moved to Old Trafford in the summer hinting that they grew up together and he was proud with the way Lingard has developed at united.
Speaking about his interaction with Manchester united supporters, the Frenchman admitted that he loves the fans and that’s why he and his teammates try to play well and win every game for the fans.
The Frenchman revealed that the biggest game he has played in was the Juventus UEFA Champions league final defeat to Barcelona.
He stated that he felt bad losing the game because he saw the trophy and couldn’t win it and that also is a source of motivation for him to work hard, improve and try to win trophies.