Paul Pogba has admitted that he is desperate to join a club where he will feel loved as he plans his next move following his departure from Manchester United.
The Frenchman has confirmed he is leaving Old Trafford for the second time in his career, changing Manchester United to Juventus in 2012 before returning to Manchester for a whopping £ 89m four years later.
Juventus are back in the mix for Paul Pogba’s signature this season and sources have confirmed in the 90m that the Bianconeri are confident they have done enough to convince the midfielder to return to Turin.
Speaking to Un interrupted, Paul Pogba confirmed that he is looking forward to finding a club where he will feel happy and free to play his best football.
“As long as you click with the team, the fans, the club you love, who knows … me and all the players can enjoy ourselves and our dedication,” he said. “When you are mentally and emotionally relaxed, that’s when you sing.
“You have to be comfortable where you are, whoever you play with … that’s the most important thing.
“Everyone wants to feel loved. Everyone. Everyone needs that. Your soul needs that, so you can feel valued.”
He added: “I want the best for myself. I put everything together, I take my time and I want the best. I just want to play football, be myself, and enjoy what I do. I need to enjoy what I do. I do it, because otherwise, I can’t do well.
“I don’t want to think badly. You can lose games or lose cups, but you have to be happy where you are and enjoy. That’s what I want.”
Pogba was a very popular man when he played for Juve. He has played 178 games in all competitions, scoring 34 goals and 40 assistants as part of a team that has won four Serie A titles in a row.
Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are said to be interested in Pogba, but Juventus believe they have done enough to sign him.