Paul Pogba seen with former Juventus team-mate Paulo Dybala amid Man Utd doubts

Paul Pogba has been snapped with former Juventus team-mate Paulo Dybala amid doubts over his Manchester United future.

The Frenchman’s future at Old Trafford is once again in doubt as he has just one year left on his contract, with the club still deciding whether to sell or push for a new deal.

PSG are known to be admirers of the 28-year-old – but Juventus, the club the midfielder returned to United from in 2016 for a Premier League record fee of £89m also hold an interest.

And images have now emerged of Pogba having a reunion with former Old Lady pal Dybala.

The pair, who won the 2015/16 Serie A title together, shared photos on their Instagram accounts of a meeting in Miami, Florida.

United’s No.6 is taking time out following France’s shock Euro 2020 exit to Switzerland in the round-of-16 while the Argentine failed to make the squad for his country’s Copa America campaign.

And the Juventus forward accompanied his photos with a cheeky message.

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The former team-mates posed by holding their pointer fingers towards each other, a throwback to the celebration they would perform in the title-winning 2015/16 season.

Accompanying the snaps, Dybala teased fans by saying “we are again” along with emojis replicating the celebration.

While Pogba shared the photo with the caption: “Always connected.”

And The Sun have reported that Juventus could have renewed motivation to sign Pogba due to the return of Massimiliano Allegri to the Allianz Stadium.

The 53-year-old took over the club in 2014 and worked with Pogba to win consecutive Serie A titles, the midfielder scoring 20 goals and making 24 assists over the two seasons.

Pogba is currently on a deal worth £290,000-a-week at United, which only has one year remaining.

And United have a need to clear out their wage bill after signing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of £72m.

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