Speaking at his Juventus unveiling, Paul Pogba said: “Well you know, when you play in a team and the coach changes every year it is quite difficult to adapt.
“It’s difficult to cope with that and I had some injuries, these probably influenced my mentality and the fact I couldn’t play and have the same rhythm as before.
“There were also different factors; coach, teams, the position on the pitch, all these contributed to block me a little bit in my performance at Manchester United.
“Now it’s another Paul, another Pogba. I truly hope I won’t get injured again, I feel good, I’ll play in my position and hopefully, do better than in the last few years.”
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Pogba left Man United last month when his Old Trafford contract expires after turning down several contract renewal offers from the Red Devils.
The Frenchman has now officially rejoined Juventus on a free transfer, reportedly taking a major pay cut in order to return to Italy.