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Tuesday, August 9, 2016

PAUL POGBA RETURNS TO MANCHESTER UNITED AFTER FOUR YEARS AWAY


Paul Pogba said "the time is right to go back to Old
Trafford" after completing his world-record £89m transfer
to Manchester United.
The 23-year-old midfielder returns after four years away,
having left United for Juventus for £1.5m in 2012.


Pogba, who signed a five-year deal, added: "This is the right
club for me to achieve everything I hope to."
Manager Jose Mourinho said the France international could
be "the heart of the club" for the next decade.
United will pay the Italian champions 105m euros for Pogba,
plus 5m euros (£4.5m) in performance-related bonuses and
other costs, including 5m euros if Pogba signs a new
contract.
It surpasses the £85m that Real Madrid paid Tottenham for
Wales forward Gareth Bale in 2013.

The announcement was made by United just after 00:30
BST on Tuesday, with a glossy video showing the player -
with a red devil marked into his hair - emerging from the
shadows.
Pogba, who helped hosts France reach the Euro 2016 final,
has won the Serie A title in each of his four seasons at
Juventus.
He is Mourinho's fourth signing at United, after Ivory Coast
defender Eric Bailly, Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic and
Armenia forward Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
It will be the first time in 20 years an English club has set a
world-record transfer fee, after Newcastle United paid £15
to sign England striker Alan Shearer from Blackburn Rovers
for £15m.
Pogba joined United from French club Le Havre in 2009 as a
16-year-old, but made just a handful of appearances before
his contract expired in July 2012.
He has made 178 appearances for Juventus, scoring 34
goals, and helped the club reach the 2015 Champions
League final. The Serie A side had offered him a new
contract, while Real Madrid were also interested in signing
him.
Pogba said his mum told him he would return to Old
Trafford and that it was his "destiny", adding: "
Speaking to MUTV he added: "I just came back to
Carrington. It was like I'd just come back home. I just went
for a holiday."
Pogba said he had spoken to Mourinho "a few times", as
well as talking to France team-mates who had worked under
the Portuguese.
"He gave me energy, he gave me positivity. They all told me
he's the coach for me - he will make me improve a lot and
make me work harder."
In a series of messages to Juventus supporters on social
media, Pogba said: "Goodbye means nothing, it is the time
we spent together that matters. I will bring with me a piece
of you and leave you a little piece of me."
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