Paul Pogba looking to return to Juventus amidst Manchester United unrest

Aubrey Yates
June 12, 2019

Diego Maradona has boldly claimed he can be the man to deliver success to Manchester United and restore the club to its former prestige.

Exactly where Pogba ends up promises to be one of the sagas of the summer, Diego Maradona among those weighing in - criticising the midfield star for not working hard enough.

The outspoken Argentine is now managing Dorados in Mexico's second division but nonetheless, he is adamant he can deliver trophies if he was put in the Old Trafford hot seat.

Pogba has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford this summer with Real Madrid also said to be interested.

If Manchester [United] need a coach, I'm the man to do it, Maradona said in an interview with FourFourTwo magazine. "I can do that for them", he added.

Fresh reports suggest there is even doubt within Old Trafford that Juve can actually fund a mega deal for their ex-midfielder.

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For Maradona, Pogba's work-rate would see him axed should he ever find himself in the hot-seat and managing the player.

The controversial Argentinian has endured a mixed managerial career, leading his country to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

According to the same story, the 20-time English champions would want a far greater fee than the £89m that Manchester United paid for Pogba in 2016.

"With United I liked Ander Herrera". Since Sir Alex Ferguson has left, there have been plenty of gaps not only in the squad, but in the way the club has been running in general.

I know Wayne Rooney and his mate Steven Gerrard loved a good "erm." but this takes it to a whole new level.

"Federico Chiesa? We certainly have a competitive team", Patatici told a Football Leader 2019 event.

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