Juventus star Paul Pogba has added fuel to the fire regarding his future by admitting he still loves former-club Manchester United.
The Frenchman has been strongly linked with a move back to the Premier League, with both United and Chelsea interested in signing him, but after his recent comments it looks like a stunning move back to Old Trafford could be on the cards.
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Old Trafford Fall-Out
Pogba, who left United back in 2012 on a free transfer, fell out with Sir Alex Ferguson at the time and that was the reason behind his departure, but with the Scot retired and Louis Van Gaal now in charge, the 21-year-old could be in line for a shock return.
It's been well documented in recent months why Pogba left Old Trafford, as he revealed all in an interview and stated that he chose to leave after being snubbed for a Capital One Cup game, which saw United line-up with a right-back in centre-midfield instead of him.
Pogba then left England once his contract had expired and joined Italian giants Juventus, where he has gone on to become one of the world's best midfielders.
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The French international has won Serie A titles with the Turin-based club, but with his consistent performances and his growing-reputation, more and more clubs are circling around him.
As well as Chelsea and United, Spanish giants Real Madrid and FC Barcelona have shown interest in Pogba, as well as French champions Paris Saint-Germain.
However, in a recent interview, the midfielder admitted that he still have a love for his old club despite how things ended for him the first-time around.
Declaration for United
The powerhouse told FourFourTwo: "I’m impatient. It was the feeling that I had.
"The coach had faith in me, but didn’t put me on.
"He said that I was too young. He said: ‘Your time will come'.
“It didn’t come. But it doesn’t mean I will speak ill of Manchester United. I love the club.”
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