Paul Pogba says goodbye to Manchester United

After it was announced that he was leaving Manchester United, Paul Pogba said it had been a “privilege” to play for the team. When his contract runs out at the end of the month, the 29-year-old will leave the club for good.

The Manchester Evening News said three weeks ago that Pogba is likely to move back to Juventus during the summer transfer window. This would be exactly 10 years after he left Manchester United to move to the Turin club for the first time.

In a statement on Wednesday, United confirmed that Pogba was leaving the team. Two hours later, the French player posted a goodbye message to fans on social media. In a clip for his new documentary that came out on Tuesday, he talked about a “turning point” in his career.

The Frenchman wrote on his social media sites, “I feel lucky to have played for this club.” “There were many beautiful moments and memories, but the fans’ support was the most important thing. Many thanks.”

Pogba is leaving the team the same month that his documentary, “The Pogumentary,” will be available on Amazon Prime. The movie, which was announced in April of last year, will be about Pogba’s time at United as well as his success with the French national team and his breakthrough with Juventus.

In the trailer, the United midfielder who was leaving said: “My work life is at a turning point. I have to make some big choices that will affect the rest of my life. And I have no room for error.”

In 2016, Pogba re-signed with United for a world record of £89 million. In his first season, he helped United win the League Cup and Europa League, and he scored in the Europa League final.

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