Pogba recalled his days with Juventus, which he believes made him a professional player.
Manchester United and France midfielder Paul Pogba has claimed that he has learned a lot atJuventus
and understood how to be a professional.
Pogba leftManchester United
in 2012 as a free agent and joined Juventus. He spent four seasons with the team, winning four Serie A titles and two Coppa Italia titles, and reached the Champions League final with the team in 2015. However, he left Juventus in 2017 and returned to Manchester United, claiming that he has learned most of the essential things about football at Juventus.
“At Juventus. I was very young when I went there. It’s all about train, tactics and discipline. Especially discipline,”
Pogba told L’Equipe.
“You have to be disciplined because tactically, they are very sharp. Everyone really needs to be together,”
“During the video sessions, they tell you: ‘Look, when you make this movement, it shifts here, when you make that call, it creates such a space’. They teach you the football profession.
“I learned defensively but also offensively. At Juve, I arrived as a defensive central midfielder and they made me evolve as a more attacking midfielder.”