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Report: Juventus have put a plan together to bring back Pogba




After six years of leaving, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could return to Juventus for a free transfer when his contract runs out in June. The Frenchman will have teams lining up to try and sign him and Juventus hope to bring him back. Pogba has always stated his love for Turin and Juventus and is still in contact with his former teammates, even saying that he wishes to play with Paulo Dybala again.

Pogba’s current salary with Manchester United is 15 million euros a season, a hefty salary that Juventus is not willing to offer. A four-year, 9-million-euro contract is what the Turin club is ready to offer for the Frenchman’s services. Mino Raiola is the agent of Pogba who has an excellent relationship with Juventus and could persuade the midfielder to return to his former club.


Now a new report this morning from the ever reliable Fabiana Della Valle, yes the same Fabiana who broke the Vlahovic news that Juventus had purchased the player from Fiorentina. She is now reporting that Juventus are in fact dead serious about bringing back Pogba and that Juventus have put a plan together and for sometime have wanted to bring him back to Turin. Tomorrows front page of Gazzetta Dello Sport reads “The plan that triggered the return deal. His contract with Manchester United is ending: Soon an offer of €10 per season.” 

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