Pogba joins Juventus in July

By Oviri Kelvin, Sports Editor

Italian football giants, Juventus have reached an agreement in consent to sign France world cup winner, Paul Pogba, after his contract officially ends this month with Manchester United.

Reportedly, Sky Italia said that the Old Lady are willing to offer the player three years or four years contract with an option to extend it by a year. The Trumpet Gathered

The midfielder, who joined the Red Devils in 2016 from Juventus for a club-record fee, is also on the radar of Manchester City with Pep Guardiola keen to snap the deal away from the Italian club.

Guardiola is a fan of Pogba and has not hidden his admiration for the midfielder, who he believes has a lot to offer despite United’s refusal to renew his contract due to his performance rate.

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Aside from City, Paris Saint-Germain are also on his trail but the midfielder, who turns 30 next year, has refused to heed Guardiola’s advances due to the bitter rivalry that exists between the Manchester clubs.

However, Pogba signed for United in a deal worth about €105m six years ago but undoubtedly, France international did not perform as expected by United.

A recent thriller for his pogmentry reveals that the French star is prepared to prove to Red Devils what they missed by refusing to extend his contract in Old Trafford when he returns to Turin.

“My thought process now is to show Manchester they made a mistake in waiting to give me a contract,” he told Mino Raiola in the pogmentry.

Pogba joined Juventus in 2012 from United on a free transfer and spend four years in Turin where he provided 40 assists in 177 appearances and scored 34 goals.

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