Arsenal & Chelsea target scores terrific volley in crunch match

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It's a rare occurrence that a player leaves Manchester United at a young age and goes on to become better.

However that seems to be exactly the case with Paul Pogba, who is improving his stock every week in the Serie A with Juventus.

The young Frenchman has never been far from the headlines since his switch to Turin, and more for his feats on the pitch than his behaviour off of it.

So it's no wonder the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal are now in a desperate fight to bring him back to the Premier League. Especially when he's scoring goals like the one above.

Pogba has already shown that he's got the ingredients to make special things happen in his locker, but his goal to put Juventus 3-0 up against Napoli was something truly magnificent.

The Juve No.6 tees himself up for his first touch, to then show some good footwork before lashing home a volley from outside the area that leaves Pepe Reina flailing in the goal.

Check it out for yourself in the video above!...  

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