It still hasn’t been officially confirmed by Manchester United but the Daily Mail seem totally convinced that Paul Pogba will re-sign for the Red Devils this summer.
In fact, the English newspaper say that the 23-year-old, who left Old Trafford for nothing in 2012, has already completed a £100m move back to United.
Mail Sport report that the deal was sealed on Thursday night and that Pogba will soon by paraded by the 20-time champions of England after he completed a medical in Los Angeles.
The same article claims that the new Pogba squad number will be no.6, while his wages will be £290,000 per week in a five-year contract.
Pogba never played for United’s first team during his first spell with the club, but he was allocated no.42 for the 2011-12 season.
Former United no.6s include Jonny Evans, Wes Brown, Rio Ferdinand, Jaap Stam and Gary Pallister.
Pogba was Juve’s no.10 last season, but he had worn no.6 throughout his first three campaigns in Turin, all of which ended with his side winning the Serie A title.
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