Paul Pogba last played in the Coppa Italia last for Juventus in 2016…
Paul Pogba returned to Juventus on a free exchange this late spring in the wake of finishing his six-extended relationship with Manchester United.
The French midfielder addressed the Bianconeri for a considerable length of time (2012-2016) previously and brought home eight championships which incorporates four Serie A prizes.
The last time he wore a Juventus shirt was on May 21, 2016, in the Coppa Italia last against AC Milan. Juventus won the tie 1-0 civility of Alvaro Morata’s strike in the 110th moment.
As Pogba gets back to the Turin-based club following six years, we investigate his colleagues in his last game for Juventus.
Neto – Goalkeeper
The Brazilian goalkeeper joined Juventus in 2015 from Fiorentina and burned through two seasons at the club prior to leaving for Valencia. Starting around 2019, Neto plays for FC Barcelona.
Daniele Rugani – Center Back
The Juventus youth item began his expert vocation in 2013 yet in his absolute first season at the club, Rugani was sent borrowed to Empoli for a considerable length of time. He got back to Juventus in 2015 and played until 2020. In the last two seasons, the protector has been away on credit spells at Rennes and Cagliari.
Andrea Barzagli – Center Back
The previous Italian global protector played for clubs like Chievo, Palermo and Wolfsburg prior to joining Juventus in 2011. Barzagli burned through eight years at the club prior to resigning from proficient football in 2019.
Following retirement, the veteran star was selected as a cautious mentor under then chief Maurizio Sarri. Barzagli resigned from the job in May 2020 refering to individual reasons.
Giorgio Chiellini – Center Back
The Bianconeri legend played for Livorno and AS Roma prior to joining Juventus in 2004. Chiellini spent the following 18 seasons at the club. In 2022, after his agreement terminated with the club, the veteran protector moved to the MLS and joined Los Angeles FC on a one-year bargain.
Stephan Lichtsteiner – Right Wing-Back
The Swiss full-back played at Juventus for quite a long time from 2011 to 2018 after which he finished paperwork for Arsenal in the Premier League. Lichtsteiner last played for Augsburg during the 2019/20 season prior to resigning in 2020. In February 2022, he assumed responsibility for FC Basel’s U15 side as their lead trainer.
Patrice Evra – Left Wing-Back
The French full-back joined Juventus from Manchester United in 2014 and played for three seasons at the club. Evra then, at that point, spent a year at Marseille prior to getting back to England for one final time in his profession in February 2018 when he joined West Ham United on a free exchange. He resigned from proficient football in 2019.