Adorning the tag of the world's most expensive player not very long ago, Paul Pogba has been making waves in the world of football from a very young age.

Having come through the youth academy of Le Havre FC back in his homeland France, the all-action midfielder joined Manchester United in October 2009 and soon established himself as one of the most exciting young talents at the Old Trafford.

Impressed by his abilities, Sir Alex Ferguson handed the youngster his debut in September 2011 in a League Cup tie against Leeds United, but only went on to make six more appearances for the club before sealing a free transfer to Italian champions Juventus in the summer of 2012, citing the lack of playing opportunities coming his way with United.

Pogba settled in from the get-go in Turin and soon started to show the world why he was heralded as a prodigious talent by many in the footballing fraternity. The Frenchman played crucial role in leading Juve to the Serie A title in his first season and went on to add three more Scudettos to his kitty along with a couple Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana trophies as well.

During his time with the Bianconeri, Pogba had well and truly established himself as one of the finest young midfielders in the game, and forced his former club, Manchester United to shell out a whopping £89 million in 2016 to sign him back, after having lost him for nothing four years ago.

The prodigal son enjoyed a successful return to Old Trafford, winning the EFL Cup and the UEFA Europa League in his first season. Seen as the leader of this Manchester United side, Pogba, just 24 years of age, will no doubt, continue to scale immense heights in his career.

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