Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba seems to be on a serious decline as he has struggled to step on the pitch and play for the Italian club since he joined them for free in the summer.
Pogba joined Juve at the start of the term despite having interest from Real Madrid and PSG as he had earlier played for the Italian club and achieved success with them.
Juve was delighted to bring the World Cup winner back to Turin. However, Pogba has hardly played as he was injured in pre-season and suffers other minor problems.
The midfielder has played under 40 minutes of competitive football for the Old Lady since he moved to the Allianz Stadium, and they are not so happy with the return.
His lack of minutes has also affected his market value, according to Transfermarkt, who have released the latest rankings of players in Serie A.
According to the latest numbers, Pogba is now worth €20m, a drop of €15m from November when he was valued at €35m. This is his lowest market value since 2013 and shows how poor the ex-United man has been.
Juventus regrets adding him to their squad now, as the midfielder cannot even make a contribution to their team. He remains more valuable than many players in Serie A, but for the career he has had, this is very poor.
It also seems it could get worse, considering the number of games he has played has declined yearly in the last few seasons. Pogba played just 27 games in all competitions for Manchester United last season, which will drop significantly at the end of this campaign.