Juventus wants to get Paul Pogba back
Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United in summer. His ex-club Juventus Turin now wants to start a return action and lure him into series A.
According to information from Paul Pogba and Goal , Juventus is working on a return campaign by Paul Pogba. The Frenchman’s contract at Manchester United expires in summer, so that it is then free of charge.
As early as 2012, Pogba left United free of charge and went to Turin. He stayed there for four years before going back in the other direction for a transfer fee of 105 million euros in 2016.
Juventus will contact the Pogba consultants next week. The midfielder wants to earn eleven million euros net per year and sign a four-year contract. Juve hopes that Pogba will still make concessions on the salary and depict his claim. As a starting point, the Turiners see the still very good relationship from Pogba to the Bianconeri.
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