Paul Pogba says he's delighted to be 'back home' at Man United

Paul Pogba says he's delighted to be 'back home' at Man United
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French football player Paul Pogba has set a new world transfer record as he returns to Manchester United for 105 million euros.

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French football player Paul Pogba has set a new world transfer record as he returns to Manchester United for 105 million euros.

He joined Man United’s youth academy seven years ago but left for Juventus after just seven first-team appearances.

The 23-year-old says he’s delighted to be back home.

“It’s like I just went for a holiday and I’ve come back home,” said Pogba. “I’m happy and I see everyone, the same persons, it’s just a great feeling to be honest.”
“The thing with me is that I only think about the pitch. I want to do great, I want to be one of the best, I want to win titles, I want to achieve things and that’s all, that’s why I came here.”

Pogba will now be reacquainted with Alex Ferguson, who is a global ambassador at Old Trafford, but will take his orders from the uncompromising Jose Mourinho who will no doubt demand a significant return on the club’s world record investment

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