Paul Pogba set to sign for Juventus on a free after agreeing deal following Manchester United exit
Paul Pogba will sign for Juventus in July as the French midfielder reaches an agreement in principle to join the Italian giants for free after leaving Manchester United
- Paul Pogba to sign for Juventus next month after finalizing terms with the club
- The French star left the Serie A side for Manchester United for £89million in 2016
- But Pogba is leaving Old Trafford this summer after his Red Devils contract expired
- Massimiliano Allegri’s team has reached an agreement in principle with the midfielder
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Paul Pogba will sign for Juventus next month after his representatives finalized the terms on Thursday.
The former Manchester United midfielder left Juventus in 2016 for £89 million.
Pogba is now returning for free in July, while his lawyer Rafaela Pimenta settles outstanding details on the duration of his new contract with the Italians.
Paul Pogba will sign for Juventus in July after his representatives finalize the terms on Thursday
The French midfielder joined Manchester United in 2016 for £89 million from Juventus
And Massimiliano Allegri’s side has now reached an agreement in principle with the World Cup winner
sports post reported earlier on Thursday that Juventus hoped to seal Pogba’s return to Turin later that day.
And it now looks like a deal is imminent, which will be a disappointment to French giants Paris Saint-Germain, who were also eager to get him for nothing.
Reports claim the move will be officially stamped when Pogba, 29, returns from his summer vacation, sometime in the next two weeks or so.