Paul Pogba new haircut provides latest exit hint

A new Paul Pogba haircut could provide the latest hint he is set to leave Manchester United.

This could the most appropriate on-brand way for Pogba to signal his departure.

Paul Pogba new haircut

Pogba’s haircut is the same bleached hair as when he signed with United in 2016, departing Juventus, with the ‘Pogback’ phrase coined by the club.

Pogba’s barbers responded on Instagram to his haircut with the same phrase, ‘Pogback’.

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This could be taken as a hint Pogba is once again looking to return to his former club, Juventus, with a fanbase which is excited for him to return.

Further responses to his post were made up of excited Juventus fans.

His message suggests he may be getting ready to finally make an announcement on his future.

The Manchester United fanbase is tired of Pogba, we have seen enough over the past six years, and it is in his best interests to move on.

For Juventus, bringing Pogba back is appealing, and the phrase ‘Pogback’ generates excitement, while for United fans it simply symbolises United’s most expensive ever signing, which has ended in disappointment.

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Pogba has not enjoyed the past year, he made this clear in a recent interview with Le Figaro, where he talked about his unhappiness.

Its little wonder he wants to take himself back to happier times, with Juventus, and even casting his mind back to 2016, when a fanbase was ecstatic to be signing him.

The Frenchman has been quiet on his future, allowing his contract to tick down, and now appears set to leave Manchester United as a free agent for the second time in his career, for Juventus.

Gazzetta Dello Sport claimed at the weekend that the finishing touches are being put on a three-year contract which would take him back to Turin.

Pogba’s last appearance for United was in the 4-0 defeat at Anfield.

The chance his haircut hints at a United stay is not impossible, but we would say highly unlikely. It is typical not to have a formal announcement yet, and to keep everyone guessing.

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