Paul Pogba has expressed his frustration with Manchester United, saying he wants to prove the club “made a mistake” by failing to extend his contract this summer.
The 29-year-old will leave Old Trafford for a second time for a free transfer at the end of June, and sources told ESPN he has signed a four-year deal to return to the former club Juventus.
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Pogba, who recently said he wanted to fall in love with United, has condemned the club’s inability to cast him in his upcoming documentary “The Pogmentary”, which airs on Amazon Prime on Friday.
“My idea is to show the Manchester process [United] That they made the mistake of waiting for me to sign, “he said in an interview with Athletic.
“And to show other clubs that Manchester made the mistake of not signing me.”
Pogba’s former agent, Mino Riola, who died of an illness in April, was seen telling Pogba that United had offered him “nothing” to extend his contract.
France International responded: “How can you tell a player that you love him and have nothing to offer you? He never saw it. “
Pogba had to face a mixed second spell at the club and was encouraged by his supporters in his last two games against Norwich City and Liverpool.
The midfielder found it difficult to win silverware at United but was part of Jose Mourinho’s squad that won the Carabao Cup and Europa League in 2017.