David De Gea makes point about Man Utd’s Paul Pogba

David De Gea discusses Paul Pogba's return to Manchester United and what it means for the club

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

David De Gea believes that Paul Pogba feels “at home” at Manchester United after completing his much-anticipated transfer back to the club this month.

Pogba finally re-joined the Red Devils from Juventus after months of speculation linking him with a return to the club he left back in 2012.

The France midfielder missed United’s opening Premier League victory at Bournemouth due to suspension but will be hoping to make his first appearance of the season in Friday night’s clash at Old Trafford against Southampton.

And De Gea believes that Pogba has already settled quickly back into life at the club after signing a five-year deal with the Premier League outfit earlier in the month.

Speaking in an interview with MUTV, De Gea said: “I think he is something special. Signing for this club, he played here before and I think he’s home.

“He feels like this is his home and we are all really, really happy to have him again in Manchester.

“He’s now with all his friends again in Manchester, with everyone here, and he looks like he never left the club. He’s really good for the team.”

United finished in fifth place in the Premier League last season and won the FA Cup under Louis van Gaal.

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The Red Devils beat Bournemouth 3-1 in their Premier League opener on Sunday.


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