Not many people can point out faults to the legendary Sir Alex Ferguson as his trophy haul at Manchester United was one of the most impressive in world football. However, one of his most notable mistakes was letting Paul Pogba go. 

Pogba, 20, wanted to play regularly just like any other player. But, for some reason, he wasn't getting enough regular action with the English Champions. In the summer of 2012, his situation escalated and it all ended with him moving to Juventus. 

Juventus seem to have gotten the better end of the deal, after Pogba spent the 2012/13 season impressing with the Turin club. So far this season, he has continued to show his true class. 

A tall, strong and combative midfielder, Pogba has the confidence to take on opponents, give a quality pass and even score screamers from outside of the box. 

All of these impressive attributes will surely lead to more top clubs fighting for his signature. But, what should Pogba do? 

A reasonable choice would be to stay in Italy with Juventus and continue his development into a world-class player. But with rumours circulating that Real Madrid might want to add him to their ranks, Pogba might be faced with a tough decision. 

Really, he should stay with Juventus for a few more years to develop fully before moving to another top club. When he does move, he should avoid a club that will minimise his playing opportunities.

Pogba was once considered to be one of the top young talents in Europe but it's now safe to say that he has turned into a top player. He will need to make decisions on his future very carefully and, hopefully, he can become a great name at whichever club he decides to move to. 

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