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Paul Pogba was sensational last season in his debut campaign for Juventus, forcing his way into the starting lineup before the year was out in title-winning season for the Bianconeri.
The Frenchman did not have an easy task earning minutes on the pitch as the Old Lady maybe possess Europe's most formidable midfield, which includes Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Marchisio.
To make Antonio Conte play around with the tried-and-tested 3-5-2 formation shows exactly how revered Pogba is in Turin.
Conte ultimately dropped one of his strikers by the end of the season and pushed Marchisio into a more advanced role to allow Pogba to feature prominently in the midfield trio, which worked to an extent.
But with added attacking options from the likes of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente, it is probable that Conte will return to a two-striker formation, complicating Pogba's route back into the starting lineup.
Having just won the Golden Ball as the best player at the U-20 World Cup and starring for a French side that won in Turkey, Pogba's attentions will switch to establishing himself fully at club level and forcing his way into French squad for next year's World Cup.
Pogba is a complete player, but it is his attacking ability that I am looking forward to witnessing next season.
Having already demonstrated his lethal shot from distance and creativity to open up a defence, Pogba will relish the opportunity to contribute in this area of the pitch.