Paul Pogba will regret leaving for Manchester United if Juventus win the Champions League, says former team-mate Andrea Barzagli



Andrea Barzagli Beleives Paul Pogba may lament his choice to leave Juventus for Manchester United after his previous club's fine exhibitions this season

Pogba left Turin for Old Trafford in a record-breaking exchange in front of the 2016-17 battle however has neglected to experience his sticker price since coming back to Manchester.

Juventus confront Monaco in the semi-finals of the Champions League, meet Lazio in the Coppa Italia last and are on track to win their 6th back to back Serie A title.

Barzagli recognizes Pogba couldn't have predicted Juventus' European achievement yet trusts their race to the last four could be tinged with lament for the France worldwide.
"I saw Pogba a few days ago by means of video visit. He was upbeat that we achieved the semi-finals of the Champions League and is cheering for us," Barzagli told Tuttosport. 
"Whoever leaves this gathering will dependably be a piece of it. Our greatest quality in the course of recent years has dependably been the group. 

"Then again he would clearly have jumped at the chance to be there. 

"In any case, they are choices you make. No one can hope to leave and after that see your group achieve the last four of the Champions League next season." 

Pogba, in the interim, has officially lifted the EFL Cup with United is still in the race for Europa League radiance. 

​Juventus guard Andrea Barzagli has asserted Paul Pogba may lament leaving the club for Manchester United after they achieved the Champions League semi-last with triumph over Barcelona a week ago. 

Pogba left to come back to Old Trafford for a world record charge, yet has attempted to experience the sticker price under Jose Mourinho this season. 

Juventus stay on course for a potential treble, with a Champions League semi-last against Monaco and Coppa Italia last against Lazio upcoming. 

"I saw Pogba a few days ago through video talk. He was upbeat that we achieved the semi-finals of the Champions League and is cheering for us," Barzagli told ​Tuttosport. 

"Whoever leaves this gathering will dependably be a piece of it. Our greatest quality in the course of recent years has dependably been the group. 

"Then again he would without a doubt have gotten a kick out of the chance to be there. Be that as it may, they are choices you make. No one can hope to leave and after that see your group achieve the last four of the Champions League next season." 

Pogba could yet win more flatware with United having lifted the EFL Cup before in the season. Mourinho's side will confront Celta Vigo in the semi-last of the Europa League one month from now. 

Barzagli, in the mean time, is looking for his initially Champions League trophy, despite the fact that has lost his place in the side since mentor Max Allegri picked to change to a back four. 

Inquired as to whether he was thinking about retirement, the 35-year-old stated: "I'll play for whatever length of time that I can finally relax."

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