Paul Pogba might join Juventus after his final departure from Manchester United has been confirmed on Wednesday. Juventus is confident in bringing the midfielder back to their club. Before joining Manchester United, Pogba was an integral part of Serie A legends Juventus. Although, there hasn’t been any official confirmation regarding the news.
Rafaela Pimenta, who represents Paul Pogba has already started negotiations for the midfielder. According to the reports, Pogba will be offered €7.5 million per season by Juventus.
Paul Pogba will sign a three-year deal with Juventus, worth around €7.5m-per-season #mulive [@romeoagresti]
— utdreport (@utdreport) June 2, 2022
However, Fabrizio Romano mentioned the number to be around €8 million per season.
Juventus have offered Paul Pogba a salary around €8m net guaranteed per season plus add-ons, waiting for the final answer. 🇫🇷 #Juventus
Direct contacts ongoing for weeks with his agent – while Mattia de Sciglio signs new Juventus deal until June 2025.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 2, 2022
As mentioned above Juventus has kept an optimistic attitude regarding Pogba. According to them, all the formalities will be completed soon and Juventus will hire the midfielder before his term is completed at Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba at Juventus?
Although the odds suggested Pogba heading toward Real Madrid it seems he will eventually head back towards Juventus after his term expires. The official announcement hasn’t been made yet. As it seems the announcement could be made with the release of “The Pogumentary“, an amazon prime original being made on Paul Pogba.
Before joining Manchester United in 2016, Pogba used to play as a midfielder for Juventus. He officially joined Juventus on 3rd August 2012 signing a four-year contract for the club. His span during Juventus is regarded as his best years as he was regarded as the deadliest midfielder against his opponents. This statement is evident by the dominance shown by him on field.
On December 2013 he was awarded with the title Golden Boy as the best young player in Europe. The following month Pogba was named by The Guardian as one of the ten most promising player of Europe. In 2015 he was given the tenth position in UEFA best player in Europe Award. The same year Pogba was named in the 2015 FIFA FIFPro World XI.
The above statements are evidence of the class and dominance he shows towards his opponents.
Paul Pogba’s overall statistics
Pogba started his senior career being recruited by Manchester United in 2010. He spent two years at the club making 7 appearances on the field.
He joined Juventus after his term at the United came to an end. Pogba represented the club in four different seasons starting from 2012. In his 178 appearances for the club, Pogba scored 34 goals in total.
In 2016 he headed back towards Manchester United. During his second spell for the United, Pogba scored 39 goals appearing in 226 games.
Speaking of his International career for France, till date he has appeared in 91 different games scoring 11 crucial goals.
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