Paul Pogba should ‘stay home’ in Turin, jokes former Juventus team-mate Juan Cuadrado, as he urges his old pal to snub Manchester United extension and return to Italy
- Paul Pogba is in Turin with France to face Belgium in Nations League semi-final
- Manchester United midfielder is at his old stomping ground at Allianz Stadium
- Former Juventus team-mate Juan Cuadrado left a comment telling him to stay
Juan Cuadrado made a swiftly-deleted comment on Paul Pogba’s post of himself on Instagram, joking that he should stay in Turin.
Pogba is back at his old stomping ground and is preparing for France’s Nations League semi-final at the home of Juventus, where he played with Cuadrado between 2015-16.
The Manchester United midfielder shared snaps of him training at Allianz Stadium with the caption: ‘Nations League Finals under way!’
Juan Cuadrado wrote ‘Stay home, dear friend hahahahaha’, on Paul Pogba’s Instagram post
Cuadrado played with Pogba back in 2016 before he left to join Manchester United
Cuadrado commented: ‘Panita quedate en casa hahahah’, essentially translated as ‘Dear friend, stay home.’
Pogba’s contract with United expires at the end of the season and his future remains in the balance.
A return to Juventus, where he established himself as a top class player, is one option and evidently Cuadrado would welcome him back with open arms.
The Frenchman is preparing in familiar surroundings to play in the Nations League semi-final
However, reports in France recently claimed the 28-year-old is preparing to sign a fresh deal worth £400,000-a-week at Old Trafford.
L’Equipe claim that the additions of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho have helped persuade the Frenchman of United’s ambitions and say he has been telling those close to him he will extend his contract.
For now, Pogba will be concentrating on progressing to the Nations League final.
His side take on Roberto Martinez’s Belgium with a place against Spain on the line in this weekend’s showpiece at the San Siro.
Les Bleus know that they will meet Spain in the final at the San Siro if they beat Belgium
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