Report: Pogba considering offer to return to Juventus
History could repeat itself for Paul Pogba.
Pogba left United for Juventus in 2012, establishing himself as an elite midfielder during a spell in Italy that lasted until 2016. He then rejoined United for an £89.3-million fee - a world record at the time.
He's now contemplating a return to Serie A after receiving a "concrete proposal" that puts Juventus in the lead to sign the World Cup winner, Dawson adds.
The French international has yet to make a final decision, according to Dawson.
Pogba has struggled to consistently replicate the form that made him a star at Juventus in the six years since he returned to Old Trafford; frustrated fans booed him in his last two games against Norwich City and Liverpool.
The 29-year-old recently admitted to experiencing depression, which began during Jose Mourinho's volatile spell as Manchester United manager.
Pogba, who has missed the last four matches with a calf problem, could be in contention to play his final match for Manchester United on Sunday after returning to training.