With Paul Pogba entering the last month of his contract at Manchester United, reports propose that the Frenchman could be making a potential re-visitation of his former club. Pogba has had a flighty season at United, with the focal midfielder staying among the top assist suppliers in the Premier League regardless of experiencing hamstring and calf wounds.
It appears to be the 2018 FIFA World Cup victor is set to call time on his wild six-year stretch at Old Trafford when his arrangement with the Red Devils closes one month from now, and as per Objective, the France global has been offered a contract by a former club of his.
Juventus have allegedly offered the 29-year-old a three-year arrangement to get back to the Allianz Arena. That contract would secure Pogba for the rest of the 2024/25 season, and would be worth €7.5 million (R126 million) a year, with various rewards included. In any case, that yearly compensation is altogether lower than the €11 million (R184 million) a year the United foundation graduate is supposedly requesting.
While there is a romantic component to Pogba getting back to the club where he appreciated seemingly his best football, he would join a group that has been in a consistent decrease in ongoing seasons. Pogba lifted four back to back Scudetto titles while playing for the Old Woman somewhere in the range of 2012 and 2016, and furthermore caught two Coppa Italias and two Supercoppa Italianas during his time in Turin.
Albeit the Frenchman's re-visitation of the Allianz Arena would be commended by the Bianconeri fanbase, he risks getting back to a club that is in drop, similar as he did when United broke the world record for an exchange expense to take him back toward the north of Britain in 2016.
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