Paul Pogba is set to undergo his medical with Juventus on Saturday, with the midfielder set to sign a four-year contract with his former club.
The Frenchman became a free agent on July 1 at the end of his contract with Manchester United.
He returned to Old Trafford in 2016 for a then-record fee of £89m, joining the Serie A giants.
Pogba is now ready to perform another U-turn with sky sports reporting that he traveled to Turin for his medical examination on Saturday.
The report also claims that the 29-year-old is believed to sign a four-year contract with Juve.
Pogba’s spell at Man United was disappointing, having only won the Europa League and the League Cup – both of which came in his first season. He also won the World Cup with France as a Red Devils player.
Man United have undoubtedly lost one of their best players but talkSPORT’s Mark Goldbridge thinks Pogba parting ways with the club is the ‘right decision’.
However, Goldbridge believes both signs are to blame for the transfer not having the desired effect.
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“I think it’s the right decision,” Goldbridge said. “So many things divide United fans and Paul Pogba is a big one, we saw him being sworn at and booed in his last appearance for United.
“I think United have to take a big responsibility, we’ve let him go for free now, twice, £89m and he’s going for free.
“I hope Pogba’s career will go better than it did, but it’s definitely time to part ways.
“There were mistakes on both sides, the biggest mistake is that it should have happened two or three years ago, you look at what you’ve gotten from Pogba in the last two years and it’s very little.
“So I’m glad it’s over, but I’m not a United fan who has bad feelings towards Pogba because I think both sides are to blame.
“He made it very, very clear that he doesn’t want to be at Manchester United and you look at it from the player.
“It started before a game against Manchester City a few years ago when Pep Guardiola said he had been offered Pogba, Manchester United should have been proactive about it instead of just saying ‘you stay’ and telling him. lose for free.
“There are player power issues at United, but it’s not like he hadn’t made it clear he wanted to leave, a big club would have hit hard and said ‘okay , he doesn’t want to be here, it’s not working , let’s move on’.
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