As quoted by AS, superagent Mino Raiola, who represents Paul Pogba, said the Manchester United midfielder wouldn’t mind returning to former club Juventus as Italy is like home to him.

Pogba’s future has been a subject of constant speculation for years now. Since he swapped Turin for Manchester in what was then a world-record deal, he was linked heavily first with Barcelona, then Real Madrid. But now it seems that his return to Juventus, which has also been reported as a possibility, is indeed a viable option. The 26-year-old left United to join Juve as a free agent back in the summer of 2012, and returned to Old Trafford four years later for over €100 million.

Once back in Manchester, he hasn’t had quite the impact that was expected of a player of his price and reputation. This season has been a nightmare for the France international in terms of injuries, and he has so far made only eight appearances in all competitions.