Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has uploaded a video of himself training while wearing the kit of former club Juventus, MySportDab reports.
The £89million signing uploaded the clip of the session from his home with Victor Lindelof on his Instagram account.
Pogba is now fully working his way back to full fitness after an ankle surgery just days beyond the win over Newcastle United on Boxing day.
The World Cup winner was set to return for the Manchester United first-team squad before the Premier League campaign was suspended due to the CoronaVirus outbreak.
He suffered another blow when UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, advised against unnecessary travels and for people to stay at home more.
Due to Johnson’s decision, United decided to cancel all training activities and gave out home workout plans for their players.
MySportDab can confirm that Pogba while with a strapping on his left knee, appeared to be following the staffs orders by undergoing a training drill at home.
However, He was wearing the kit of former club Juventus.
He posted on Instagram: “Supporting our Sampdoria friends and Juventus @blaisematuidiofficiel, @albinekdal and every athlete and people around the world who are facing this difficult situation.⠀stay strong, #StayAtHome and be safe.
“The new training camp is now called… Quarantine PP Arena, available 24/7! Having much fun working at home with my brother Victor Lindelof.
“I know people will talk about the Juventus jersey but i’m just supporting my friends, nothing more”.
— Samuel Luckhurst (@samuelluckhurst) March 18, 2020
Pogba became a star at Juventus after leaving Old Trafford after his contract expired in 2012.
The Red Devils paid a club-record fee to bring him back four years later but he has struggled to be consistent.