Manchester United have confirmed the departure of Paul Pogba.
The midfielder will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the month.
He spent six years at Old Trafford following his £89 million return from Juventus.
Despite a tricky six years back at the Theatre of Dreams, Pogba leaves on pretty good terms and with plenty of silverware.
The Frenchman won the Europa League, League Cup, FA Cup and Community Shield in his second spell with the club.
Although, on a personal note, United will be pretty underwhelmed by his performances having paid a then-world record back in 2016.
The World Cup winner made 233 appearances for the Red Devils scoring 39 goals and producing 51 assists.
In his final season at the club, he started just 16 times in the league whilst also making four starts in the Champions League.
Next destination: Turin and Juventus?
Juventus are looking to pull off a major deal to bring Pogba back to Turin.
According to Di Marzio, the player has already given his word of availability to Juve.
This, of course, would represent one of football's most interesting pieces of business in recent times.
The Old Lady signed Pogba on a free transfer from Man United back in 2012 before selling him back to the Red Devils for £89 million four years later.