PAULO DYBALA has expressed his desire to reunite with old Juventus pal Paul Pogba.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, speculation was rife that the Frenchman was a wanted man in Turin, as well as Real Madrid, amid his struggles at Manchester United.
The prospects of Juve pulling off a deal for Pogba this coming summer now seem remote but Dybala still dreams of playing alongside his friend again.
Speaking to Uefa's website about his favourite shirts, Dybala revealed a United kit gifted by Pogba after the clubs' Champions League meeting in 2018.
The Argentine 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."
Juventus won that night in Manchester, the single goal provided by Dybala.
We're still very close and who knows, maybe in the future we can play together again on the same team."
After signing from Palermo in 2015, the 26-year-old spent a single season with Pogba before the midfielder's £89million move to United.
In that year, the pair romped to the Scudetto and lifted both the Supercoppa Italiana and Coppa Italia.
And Dybala's wishes of being back in the dressing room with his old teammate are certainly clear with this far from the first time he has spoken of that desire.
The striker told Otro in April: "I hope that one day we will be able to celebrate again together."
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