Paulo Dybala has urged Paul Pogba to strongly consider a return to Juventus this summer. Pogba, 25, had a frustrating season at Manchester United and found himself out of Jose Mourinho’s starting XI at the start of February, fueling rumours of a possible move away from Old Trafford. Paris Saint-Germain have been strongly linked with Pogba and the France midfielder’s former club, Juve, have also been named as a possible destination ahead of the 2018/19 campaign. Dybala struck up an outstanding partnership with Pogba during their time in Turin and is hoping that they are reunited next season.
‘I maintained a good relationship with Paul, even after he left for England,’ the Argentina forward told TyC Sports. ‘I felt very good on the pitch with him. There was a lot of feeling between us, and we also got on very well off the field.
‘To hear that he could come back makes me very happy, also for our friendship because we’d stop video-calling each other and go back to training together. ‘We always created new greetings, new ways to celebrate a goal, like when we touched our fingers after watching Dragon Ball Z.’
Michael Carrick laughed off suggestions that Mourinho is looking to sell Pogba this summer. ‘It’s a very silly question, really,’ Carrick told Sky Sports last month.
‘Of course he’s got a future, he’s a big player for us, he’s at a great age, he’s got his peak years ahead of him. ‘It’s not something I’d give a second thought to, to be honest.’
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