Manchester United News: Paul Pogba Makes United U-Turn

S. GordonCorrespondent IIMarch 12, 2012

We have seen another twist in the tale which is Paul Pogba’s career. The French Under-19 international came off the bench for Manchester United in their 2-0 victory over struggling West Brom.

The midfielder looked all set to join up with Italian giants Juventus, who has outlined a four-year deal for the youngster which would see him get paid a base salary of £20,000 a week.

Does this now mean Pogba will sign a new deal at United? you would have to be leaning in favour of that after his appearance against West Brom.

The midfielder, who joined Manchester United back in 2009 from French club Le Harve, had been rumoured to be joining a whole list of clubs, but after the offer from Juventus, it seemed the saga was over.

But how wrong we were. The young midfielder was reportedly unhappy at Old Trafford after the club didn’t offer him a contract that suited his needs, and a lack of first-team action despite only being 18.

The player who has seemingly won over most Manchester United fans still has a long way to go before he makes one of the starting XI places his own.

Pogba is making the right steps on his way to more first-team action, but he needs to be patient and wait for his time to come, instead of complaining and looking for a new club.

So United fans, do you think Pogba has what it takes to become a legend for the Premier League champions?

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