Juventus remove Paul Pogba image from their Twitter header

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Manchester United fans are being forced to wait in agony for news on Paul Pogba's reported £100m move.

Despite already signing world-class star Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the exceptional talent of Henrikh Mkhitaryan, the Red Devils faithful are hungry for more action in the transfer market.

While GiveMeSport cannot provide you with any update on the goings-on within the Old Trafford boardroom, we can at least give you some tantalising news from the world of social media.

Before we begin, let's just remind ourselves of exactly who Paul Pogba is. He is one of the best midfielders on the planet, selected in FifPro's world team of the year for 2015.

He is also one of the most iconic footballers in the world, driving hundreds of thousands of shirt sales for club and country. Soon, he could become the most expensive player there has ever been. 

Social media snub

So if you were lucky to have Pogba in your team, surely you would put him at the forefront of just about every promotional outlet you had. Juventus don't appear to think so.

The Serie A champions uploaded a new header on their social media account this week, showing many of their current stars. However, Pogba was one glaring omission.

Get excited

Surely this is a clear sign that Pogba is on his way out of Turin after four incredibly successful years. Manchester United fans seem to think so.

They have taken to Twitter in their droves to speculate on this latest action and many have taken it to mean that the 23-year-old is as good as theirs.

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