In the second part of his interview with GQ Magazine, Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba says that the only thing that distinguishes the Premier League from Serie A is financial strength.
The France international gave a lengthy interview to the Italian magazine in which he discussed his return to the Allianz Stadium and promised to ‘work hard to return to the pitch as soon as possible.
“This is a wonderful garment; it brings out the best in me.” We’ve created a fantastic story here, and I’ll never forget this crew, even when I’m in Manchester. “I’ve never doubted that this was the right place for me,” he added in the second half of his interview.
“Serie A is always one of the most difficult leagues to play in.” The biggest difference between the Serie A and the Premier League is economic strength, but in terms of football, Italy remains among the finest in the world despite everything.
“There isn’t much of a distinction between Juventus and Manchester United.” A top club is just a top club. “Juventus has always been the best team in Italy,” he added.
“They now have even greater training facilities, and they have progressed as a result of the same philosophy.” We have always wanted to win, and this will not change.”
Between 2012 and 2016, the France international appeared in 178 competitive appearances for the Serie A giants, scoring 34 goals.
At Juventus, he worked for Antonio Conte and Massimiliano Allegri.
He then joined Manchester United in the summer of 2016 for €100 million, scoring 39 goals in 233 games.
The 2018 France World Cup winner has signed a four-year contract with the Bianconeri. He has yet to make his first competitive debut for the team this season due to a meniscus injury received during pre-season.