Paul Pogba backed to fulfil potential at Juventus

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Paul Pogba has flourished since he left Manchester United for pastures new in Turin, and Juventus manager Antonio Conte believes the young midfielder can fulfil his supreme potential while with the Serie A champions.

Pogba moved to the Juventus in the summer of 2012 and, during his time in Italy, has established himself among the elite performers in his position across the entire continent. The 20-year-old is the reigning Golden Boy winner and his displays have led to inevitable links with a move away from Juve.

A return to Old Trafford has been touted as a possibility for the France international, while Real Madrid could also rival Manchester United for the signature the signature of the coveted star.

Conte, though, remains optimistic Pogba will continue with Juventus and mark himself out among the great players to have played for the Bianconeri over the course of their illustrious career.

"He's got great potential and could be a great player both offensively and defensively for Juventus,” Conte told reporters.

"That is me saying this, remember I used to be charging up and down the field myself in my playing days. Paul can fulfil his potential and become a great champion.

"It's our duty to make him grow in the right way in order to understand the game and adapt to different situations."

The latest reports regarding the former Manchester United trainee claim Real Madrid are ready to offer €60 million to bring Pogba to the Santiago Bernabeu in the summer transfer window.

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