Man Utd star Paul Pogba will not return to Juventus because he is afraid to challenge me, jokes Max Allegri

PAUL POGBA WILL NOT return to Juventus this summer as he’s afraid to challenge boss Massimiliano Allegri, it’s been claimed.

Pogba played under Allegri at Juve for two years between 2014 and 2016, before sealing a big money move back to Manchester United.

Pogba played under Allegri for two years at Juve


Pogba played under Allegri for two years at JuveCredit: EPA

Things haven’t exactly gone to plan for the Frenchman at Old Trafford and he’s out of contract at the end of June, opening up the possibility for a return to the Old Lady.

But in an interview with former Italy and Juve star Andrea Barzagli, Allegri has joked that Pogba WILL NOT be returning as he is afraid to challenge him.

On Pogba potentially returning, Allegri laughed: “Pogba is definitely not coming back because he is afraid to challenge me, so he is not coming.

“He thought, then first he lost with his feet and then with his hands and then he left.

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“The real reason why he left is this and hardly ever comes back.”

Juve reportedly remain interested in reuniting with Pogba, but they’ll face stiff competition from a number of top European clubs.

Both French and Spanish champions Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid have registered an interest in Pogba.


Gazzetta state that Pogba will earn £8.5million-a-year, or £163,000 per week, in Turin after bonuses if he rejoins.

That is a whopping pay cut from his current £290,000-a-week deal with the Red Devils.

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