Juventus has no plans to part ways with midfielder Paul Pogba, despite the player experiencing a challenging time due to a one-month injury layoff.
According to reports in Italian newspaper Tuttosport, the Frenchman is said to be disheartened by the setback, which has left him sidelined for the next few weeks.
However, the club has no intention of terminating Pogba’s contract, and he remains a key part of their plans for the future.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has reportedly encouraged Pogba and fellow striker Dusan Vlahovic, despite the challenging circumstances.
The news will come as a relief to Juventus fans, who have seen their team struggle in recent times due to a combination of injuries and financial difficulties.
The club is currently appealing a 15-point deduction from Serie A and could potentially miss out on playing in the Champions League next season.
Despite these challenges, Juventus remains committed to building a strong team for the future, and Pogba is considered an essential part of that vision.
It was rumored that Juventus could terminate his contract after arriving in the summer with a number of injuries and being the highest paid player. Pogba is yet to start a game from the beginning since his arrival.
Fans will hope to see Pogba back in action soon, as Juventus looks to turn its fortunes around and push for success both domestically and in Europe.