Jose Mourinho parted with a then world record fee of £89million to land Pogba from the Old Lady in 2016, but the Frenchman failed to hit the ground running.
In the weeks leading up to Mourinho’s sacking at Old Trafford this season it looked for everyone that the World Cup winner would be off this January.
Pogba was struggling for game time and appeared genuinely unhappy at the club he started his playing career at back in 2011.
But since Mourinho’s departure and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer coming in as the Red Devils’ temporary boss, things have been looking up for Pogba.
In fact the Frenchman has quickly become the first name on the Norwegian’s teamsheet, netting four in his last three for United.
Pogba’s sudden upturn in form and happiness has cooled speculation he is ready to leave.
But that doesn’t mean the likes of Juventus are no longer considering a swoop for the midfielder either this January or at the end of the season.
And it hasn’t stopped Dybala from revealing his desire to play with him.
Speaking to La Joya about Pogba, the Argentine said: “I’d always like to play with someone of his level. Whatever decision he makes, I always wish him the best of luck.”