Man Utd star Pogba manages to put a smile on Tevez's face amid China exit talk for Argentine

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The former Red Devils striker is being linked with a return to Boca Juniors after a short spell in China, but was happy to meet the Frenchman

Carlos Tevez has not had the happiest of times in China, but Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has put a smile on his face.

After completing a move to Shanghai Shenhua in December, in a deal which made him the world's highest paid player on a reported salary of $41 million, Tevez has struggled for form.

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He has managed just one goal in six CSL games and is already being linked with a return to Boca Juniors.

The 33-year-old has clearly not had much to get excited about of late, but he was happy to catch up with Pogba during the latter’s visit to Asia – with the pair having previously played together at Juventus.

 

L' Pace! See you again soon brother @tevezoficial #pogchina #shanghaishenhua

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Tevez has admitted that he is uncertain as to what the future holds for him.

He told TyC Sports: "I left not to hurt Boca. Honestly, I do not know what I'm going to do at the end of the year. 

"If I'm not hungry for glory, it's very difficult to stay in the club."

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Pogba completed a homecoming of his own in 2016, as he rejoined United in a record-breaking £89 million transfer.

He has fared considerably better in England than Tevez has in China – helping the Red Devils to three trophies in his debut campaign – but the general consensus is that there is even more to come from the 24-year-old.

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