Paul Pogba will be looking to resurrect his career and bring success back to Juventus after completing his return to the storied Italian club in a remarkable piece of business for the Bianconeri.
Six years after selling Pogba to Manchester United for a then-world record fee of around 105 million euros ($A157m), Juventus has re-signed the France midfielder on a free transfer – again.
Pogba first joined Juventus in 2012.
Now 29, Pogba has signed a four-year deal back at Juventus, reportedly turning down a higher salary at Paris Saint-Germain.
More than 1000 fans welcomed Pogba back home when he arrived at the club’s medical centre on Saturday.
Pogba was a fan favourite in his first spell at Juventus and helped the team win the Serie A title in each of his four seasons at the club.
He also won two Italian Cup titles, and two Italian Super Cups, as well earning a Champions League runner-up…