Trezeguet advises Pogba to stay in Juventus

Trezeguet advises Pogba to stay in Juventus

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Legendary French striker David Trezeguet has urged Paul Pogba to rethink his decision about leaving Juventus.  The young midfielder is considered one of the most promising footballers in today’s football and since few weeks he has been linked with moves to Chelsea.

Trezeguet is aware of the Pogba’s big talent and he is sure that one day he will become the pillar of the team.

“Paul, given his age, is impressive. He has the technique, the pace, he’s always well-placed. He has shown in just a short time all his qualities and he has become very important for the club.”

“[Gianluigi] Buffon, [Andrea] Pirlo, [Carlos] Tevez will all leave one day, and we can build the team around him. The most important thing is that he’s aware, he’s calm, and that he knows where he is.”

“He has grown in confidence, and is really appreciated by his teammates.

”The arrival of Patrice Evra helped him a lot. He is at an exceptional level, but he can increase it still further. He’s aware he can mark the club’s history”

According to ex Juventus player, the Old Lady is a team that is hungry for success with a strong will to become the club of the level of Real or Bayern. That is why in Trezeguet’s opinion Pogba should stay in Turin.

As for his future, I advise him to stay. For the last month, we’ve been focussing on treating his injury and now we are turned towards the final.”

“We’ll put things in place afterwards. He knows it’s a club at the top level, and that we’ll move a step higher next year, because we want to become the club we were once again, at the level of Real [Madrid], Barca and Bayern [Munich].

Pogba arrived to Juventus in 2012 year from Manchester United. The Red Devils were not interested about leaving Pogba in the team so they have decided to let him move to Italy. It seems that now they are regretting this decision very much.

According to Italian media it’s Chelsea that might the possible winner of the race for signing Pogba this summer.