Paul Pogba REFUSES To Sign Man United Jersey At Juve Unveiling (VIDEO)

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Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba refused to sign a Jersey of the club at his Juventus unveiling to fans, MySportDab reports.

Pogba used his finger and told a fan ‘no’ after being asked to sign a Manchester United shirt.

The midfielder arrived in Turin on Saturday to finalise his transfer to Juventus as a free agent.

Pogba has now left Manchester United twice as a free agent to rejoin the Serie A club.

You can watch the full video of the incident at the end of this article.

On his arrival, thousands of fans came out to see the 29-year-old at Juventus HQ for his medical on Saturday.

Pogba signed autographs for fans on different materials but he refused to sign a Manchester United shirt.

When a fan gave him the United shirt, Pogba used his finger and said he won’t sign it.

On Saturday morning, Pogba underwent medical tests and was greeted by Juventus fans ahead of his second return.

The Frenchman left Juventus for Old Trafford back in 2016 in a deal worth £89m.

However, he failed to deliver what was expected at Manchester United and has now returned to Juve.

There is no anger between Juventus fans and the player over his exit in 2016.

Many of the Juve fans were delighted that the France international returned back to Italy.

Pogba arrived at the JMedical centre in a club customised Jeep with fans on the side of the road all trying to see the Frenchman.

After stepping out of the car, Pogba waved to the fans before completing his medical tests.

Greeting the fans, Pogba looked like a completely different player from his days at Manchester United.


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