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He was one of the best, cost 105 million and could now return to the club for much less

He could have a second stint at Old Trafford

By Harry Smith

He could have a second stint at Old Trafford
He could have a second stint at Old Trafford
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Manchester United and Erik Ten Hag are still looking for new players for the club, the coach's idea is to have a large squad that will allow him to compete in all the tournaments that the team will have to play, so while the transfer market does not close, we will continue to see many rumours regarding new signings.

As we already know last week the arrival of Mason Mount for 60 million was made official, besides that the signing of André Onana should be finalised in a period of 48 hours so the second signing of Ten Hag is almost a fact; what remains to be seen is who would be the third signing of the summer for the team, as Hojlund aims to join in the coming weeks, even so, there would be another player who has already passed through the club and his transfer could cost only 10 million to United.

The French midfielder, World Cup winner Paul Pogba, could have his second spell with the Red Devils, who signed him in 2016 from Juventus, although his time at the club was not one of the best, nor one of the most memorable, it would be possible that during this summer he would return to Old Trafford. 

This is because Juventus plan to release him, because of his dismal performance last season, where he was only able to play 10 times, and with a price tag of approximately 8 million euros, the Turin team cannot afford to continue having him in their ranks and for that reason Ten Hag could give the go-ahead to his transfer. 

Pogba's first spell at United

The midfielder had his first spell with the club in 2016, from that season until just a season ago when he was sold to Juventus, he managed 39 goals, 51 assists in 239 games, now after just one year, his return to United could be a possibility, but he would probably perceive a lesser role than he would be used to, so we will see if his transfer is achieved.

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