At the start of the summer it would’ve seemed like one of the most unlikely potential moves of the summer, but in the end, it’s come to fruition: Paul Pogba has completed his move back to United on a world-record deal.

The midfielder left the club in the summer of 2012 after falling out with Alex Ferguson and has carved out a big name for himself in European football with Juventus and France since his Premier League departure.

And it’s true, he did struggle to break into the team last time he was in England, although he did have one noticeable success: the 2011 FA Youth Cup, won 6-3 on aggregate against Sheffield United.

Pogba is obviously the name of that team to have had the most success, but what of the rest of them?

At the start of the summer it would’ve seemed like one of the most unlikely potential moves of the summer, but in the end, it’s come to fruition: Paul Pogba has completed his move back to United on a world-record deal.

The midfielder left the club in the summer of 2012 after falling out with Alex Ferguson and has carved out a big name for himself in European football with Juventus and France since his Premier League departure.

And it’s true, he did struggle to break into the team last time he was in England, although he did have one noticeable success: the 2011 FA Youth Cup, won 6-3 on aggregate against Sheffield United.

Pogba is obviously the name from that team to have had the most success, but what of the rest of them?

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