Paul Pogba refused Manchester City's offer



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Paul Pogba refused Manchester City's offer

Paul Pogba moved to Juventus from manchester United in 2012, winning four consecutive Italian championships (from 2012-2013 to 2015-2016), two Italian Cups also consecutive (2014-2015 and 2015-2016) and three Super League Cups (2012, 2013 and 2015).

Returning to Manchester Utd in 2016, with the most expensive transfer in football history at the time, he won a UEFA Europa League (2016-2017) and an English League Cup (2016-2017). With the national team he took part in the World Cups in Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018, triumphing in the latter, was a finalist at the European Championships in France in 2016 and won the UEFA Nations League in 2020-2021.

In the youth field, with the France Under-20 he triumphed at the Under-20 World Cup in Turkey 2013. Paul Pogba, who has expired his contract with Manchester United and is determined to leave the Red Devils, has turned down Manchester City's offer, according to The Athletic.

Pogba could return to Juventus, who already had him with him from 2012 to 2016, to Real Madrid or PSG. Some days ago, according to Daily Mail, Manchester City asked about Paul Pogba. The Frenchman will leave Manchester United on a free transfer and according to the latest rumors, Pep Guardiola and his club would be interested in the world champion player with France in 2018.

The attacks of Manchester United fans, who are already playing, have already started on social media. targeting both Pogba and the site's rivals. Also on social media it can be seen that even Manchester City supporters are not particularly happy with this eventual purchase, considering Pogba's consistency doubtful for a club like City.

Considered since adolescence among the greatest European talents of his generation, he has become the protagonist of a rapid maturation that has made him, at just over twenty years old, one of the best midfielders on the international scene.

However, the current seasons in Manchester have not seen him shine. His family emigrated to France from Guinea. He has two older brothers, the twins Florentin and Mathias, who are also footballers as well as his maternal uncle Riva Touré, a former player of the Guinean first division, the first to glimpse talent in a Paul as a child.