Manchester United release statement on Paul Pogba

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It’s happening, it’s finally happening.

Paul Pogba returning to Manchester United that is.

After months of speculation, it seems as though the Frenchman is on the verge of joining Jose Mourinho’s side in the world’s first £100m transfer deal.

Reports on Sunday suggested that Juventus had given Pogba permission to undergo a medical at the Carrington training ground on Sunday - and those reports have now been confirmed by United.

They have released the following statement regarding Pogba’s return.


The short statement was accompanied with a picture featuring the hashtag “#POGBACK.”

This has, of course, got United fans very excited on Twitter as they can eventually celebrate the return of the 23-year-old.

It’s now believed that Pogba will be confirmed as a United player on Monday.

Red Devils supporters will be hoping that victory over Leicester in the Community Shield at Wembley can conclude what is already a fantastic day for them.

With Pogba’s arrival, United will surely be regarded as favourites for the Premier League.

Pogba will join new signings Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan at the Theatre of Dreams.

Pogba, of course, left United four years ago at the end of his contract with the club picking up just £700,000 in compensation. They’ve now smashed the world transfer fee to re-sign him.

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