Paul Pogba, the one that got away.
Paul Pogba enjoying first team football at Italian side Juventus.
Midfield crisis' have always lurked in the shadows of Manchester United. Last season, under the reign of the man responsible for his
departure, midfield maestro Micheal Carrick rarely had a consistent midfield partner beside him throughout that campaign, and many eyes turned, and still do turn to Sir Alex Fergusons biggest mistake in 26 years.
Paul Pogba. Many saw him as a greedy teenager wanting to start every game, and rake in the cash for himself, others saw him for what he is, an exquisite talent. He is the box-to-box midfielder that Manchester United so desperately need for the upcoming season, with Darren Fletcher missing most of the season, and Tom Cleverley on his way out, Michael Carrick is stuck by himself. Again.
The Patrick Viera-esque wonderkid has shown not only Juventus what he can do, but the whole world, 27 games for the Bianconeri last season, contributing 5 goals too. Manchester United will no doubt be in disbelief they let him go so easily, however with a gap to fill, and money to spend, the one that got away, might be on his way back.