Paul Pogba has singled out his time at Manchester United as the worst in his career, putting plenty of doubt over a potential return.
The France international is being tipped to be one of the big stars of the World Cup after his excellent displays for Juventus this season.
His development in Turin has left Manchester United kicking themselves and it seems the 21-year-old has little intention of returning to Old Trafford in the near future.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Pogba said that Manchester United failed to respect him as either a player of a man.
When asked what the worst moment in his short career was, Pogba said: My time at Manchester United.
"Of course when you are at such a big club you understand you need to be patient for your chance, but I did not feel respected or valued as a player or a man."
According to reports, Manchester United were one of a number of clubs considering a move for Pogba this summer. Juventus want £65m for the midfielder and Real Madrid and Chelsea are also in the mix.
However, at this rate it seems Pogba's least likely destination is Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho will no doubt be buoyed by the comments after making Pogba his top transfer target for the summer.