That's the vision of former midfielder joined Owen Hargreaves to the west. Pogba will return to his former club today (8:00 p.m.) when Manchester United assumes Juventus in their meeting of Group H of the Champions League in Turin. All eyes will be in The French, which admitted earlier this week that he is "happy" in the United despite not meeting the expectations after his change of high value for 89 million pounds back in the summer of 2016. The Red Devils They will be eager to take revenge after a Paul. The Dybala strike was enough to separate the two sides in Old Trafford fifteen days ago. Ronaldo, meanwhile, is often the billing prize before any game he plays, but Hargreaves thinks that the focus could change at Pogba. "At the same time, at the very young age," said Hargreaves to BT Sport when asked about the type of reception that Pogba could receive. "I think that it is better than almost anyone because if it goes wrong in Man Utd, it seems that it does not have either Mourinho or Pogba's fault." No one else comes anywhere near that level of criticism that is really remarkable, that's why I think he is doing a great job. "When asked about the importance of Pogba's return to the Allianz Arena, Hargreaves added:" He will return to a place where there was no negative: Juventus was squashed everyone in the league and was in a perfect team in touching [Andrea] Pirlo e [Arturo] Vidal. "Not only for him, but for any player who returns to a former club, it's exciting." You will want to be at your best to show why nothing of a £ 90 million player with them has passed. "Pogba will want to throw them away – not in a bad way – but so everyone says" wow "and understand why he left the other side." United will be without Romelu Lukaku, who was ruled out of the injury match. The Red Devils are currently second in their group with four points, five behind the Juve leaders.