Juventus offers Paul Pogba a deal; complete information revealed

Paul Pogba is a wanted man. The 29-year-old World Cup champion is leaving Manchester United following a six-year second tenure that saw him blamed for many of the Red Devils’ woes by commentators and fans. Pogba and his team attempted to work out a contract that would enable the midfielder to remain at the club, but his pay demands were too expensive for the ManU hierarchy.

Since contract discussions fell through, Pogba has been linked with a number of clubs, most notably PSG, but it seems like Pogba will be heading elsewhere. Despite the fact that PSG is said to have offered Pogba a lucrative deal to go to Paris.

According to Romeo Agresti, Juventus has stepped up and made an offer for Paul Pogba to consider. Here are the terms of Paul Pogba’s contract with Juventus.

According to rumors, Paul Pogba has agreed to terms with Juventus.

According to Agresti, Juventus wants Pogba to sign a three-year contract with the club, with a salary of €7.5 million each year. Juventus has said farewell to Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini, and may part ways with a few more players throughout the winter to clear up payroll space.

Pogba would go in and instantly establish himself as a leader in a midfield that included Federico Bernardeschi, Adrien Rabiot, Denis Zakaria, and USMNT workhorse Weston McKennie, who was one of the team’s top players before suffering a foot injury in the Champions League.

Pogba has the World Cup in November to worry about, and arriving at a top club with big ambitions in preparation may also be a deciding factor in his ultimate selection, but considering the player’s style and the sort of soccer demonstrated by Juventus, Pogba would fit perfectly in.

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