Out of all the players on display in the Premier League in the first game week, Lukaku was the fastest recorded player.
"Last season the first question from everyone was always all about the price tag", The Telegraph quotes him as saying. Nemanja Matic, who has also arrived this summer, also put in a pitch-perfect performance in the middle of the pitch. As expected, another big-money signing Romelu Lukaku found himself among goals and scored a brace in the game. It was an excellent start to the season.
Pogba, who left United for Juve in 2012, said: "I came here to win the Premier League and to challenge myself as well. What he wants, we have to do".
By the time he was 23, Pogba was already a vital cog in one of the best teams in Europe in Juventus, and when he joined United, his arrival was greeted with jubilation from United fans.
And he admitted: "I hope to get more goals".
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There's no amount of money that can make up for the loss of a loved one; no material object of any sort can replace a human life. Part of the funds also came from Ariana Grande's One Love Manchester benefit concert , which she hosted in the city in June.
United are one of the firm favourites to win the title this season and Pogba reckons Jose Mourinho's men have what it takes to do it.
And with manager Jose Mourinho always a title victor in his second season at clubs, United look a team to fear once more.
After claiming the Europa League in their final match of the last season, the Red Devils begun the new campaign with an emphatic 4-0 win over West Ham on Sunday. "Winning the Premier League is what matters", Pogba said.
"When the team performs well, the players perform well too".
"With the experience of last season, and having a new manager and new players, now it is the second season under Mourinho".
Paul Pogba has hit out at singer Jessie J and rapper B.o.B, insisting that his first season at Manchester United was indeed "all about the price tag". This collaboration was created by TAG Heuer, Manchester United's official timekeeper and global watch partner.