Paulo Dybala has reiterates his desire to play with his former teammate Paul Pogba again.
The Frenchman has been linked with a move to Juventus or Real Madrid this summer, but the coronavirus might change that and Pogba most certainly will stay for another season.
The World Cup winner is among the most wanted midfielders in the world and the last season he was on the verge to reunite with Dybala as Juve almost signed him.
However, Dybala has expressed his desire to team up with the Frenchman in a recent interview for UEFA’s website, and he also revealed the Red Devils kit that Pogba gave him when the two teams met in last season’s Champions League group stage.
The 26-year-old Argentinian said: “I couldn't overlook a shirt like this, of course.
“It’s from Manchester, from my friend Paul, whom I admire as a person even more than as a football player.
“I had the chance to share great things with him and hopefully I can repeat that someday.”
The pair were teammates before Pogba decided to take a new challenge in his professional career and join Manchester United for a record fee of £89 million in 2016.
It's not the first time that Dybala expresses his desire to reunite with Paul Pogba.
In April, the Juventus forward said: “I hope that one day we will be able to celebrate again together.”
Last year the Argentinian even revealed that they keep in touch ever since Pogba left the Old Lady.
“We’re still very close and who knows, maybe in the future we can play together again on the same team.”
However, last year United wanted to sign Dybala and they almost did, but the negotiations fell apart.