Paul Pogba seems unimpressed as he departs English Premier League giants Manchester United on a free transfer for a second time.

The midfielder, in his new prime documentary series, compared himself to Jesus in his latest remarks saying Manchester United failed to seduce him.

The 29-year-old has shared his personal moments of his life in five episodes of “The Pogmentary” which will be broadcasted as from Friday, as per Mirror.

It is confirmed that Pogba has left Man United and will join Juventus, but he did not mention anything about his next employer. Starting the show, Pogba said:

“My name is Paul Pogba, I play at Manchester United, one of the best clubs on the planet. A few years ago, I won the World Cup with France. I want to be among the elite, outstanding.

“Now, I am at a turning point in my career. I have a big decisions to make which are going to determine my future and I don’t have the right to make an error.

Pogba then hinted on why he decided to dump Manchester United for a second time. Pogba added via Manchester Evening News:

“When you like a girl, you do everything to seduce her and you don’t wait for her to leave to chase after her.

“A player, he has to feel important in his team, his club. If you don’t have that, it’s over.

“Even Jesus wasn’t unanimously rejected, they still crucified him. Religion has calmed down, made me open my eyes. Family comes first before everything else.”