Paul Pogba Offered Three-Year Deal At Juventus


Juventus has reportedly offered Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba a three-year contract.

Pogba joined United in 2016 for £80 million from Juventus in a then-club record deal, but things haven’t gone as planned, and the player is set to leave with only two months left on his current contract.

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Pogba’s return to the Allianz Stadium appears imminent, according to Goal, though his wage demands remain a potential stumbling block.

A return to Juventus, where he previously played before returning to United for a second spell in 2016, appears to be one of his most likely future options, and the Italian giants have now tabled an official offer to the player.

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According to the report, Juventus will pay Pogba an annual salary of €7.5 million (£6.3 million/$7.9 million) plus a slew of bonuses.

However, Pogba has reportedly requested €11 million (£9.3 million/$11.6 million), creating a stumbling block between player and club regarding final wage packages.