It was confirmed Wednesday that Pogba will leave Old Trafford when his current contract expires in June for the second time, as he left the Red Devils to join the Serie A team in the summer of 2012.
The 29-year-old’s departure ended a disappointing second season for Manchester United, as the French World Cup-winning midfielder failed to comply with public opinion.
However, Paul Pogba’s many successful years came to Turin and Juventus, and a return to Italy was considered a possible replacement for the summer midfielder, with Sky Sports News reporting that the Old Lady is confident he will end the deal.
The report suggests that word of mouth has been reached on Paul Pogba’s three-year contract with Juventus, following negotiations with Rafaela Pimenta, who has represented Pogba since the passing of Mino Raiola.
Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are also reportedly interested in buying a free agent, but the report reveals how Juventus believe that unless there has been a major change of heart, they have won the race.
Paul Pogba won four consecutive Scudetto and Juventus titles between 2012 and 2016, before returning to United for a world record at around £ 89m.