Paul Pogba ‘signs £68 million four-year contract’

Paul Pogba ‘signs £68 million four-year contract’

Paul Pogba ‘signs £68 million four-year contract’

Paul pogba is reportedly set to return to Juventus on a four years contract worth £68 million.

pogbaManchester United’s second stint draws to a close, with the Old Trafford club confirms that the midfielder will leave the club when his contract expires at the end of June.

Turin club Juventus are favorites to sign pogba for the second time on a free transfer, they sold the Frenchman back to United in 2016 in a then world-record £89 million deal.

He is believed to earn up to £8.5 million nett per season. The contract, brokerage fees, signing fees and various bonuses could bring the total amount to £68million in four years.

Rafaela Primenta is the lawyer who took over the negotiations from mino Raiola after his death. After six turbulent years at United, pogba hopes to become the ‘center of the sports project’ at his next club.

pogba won just one trophy during his second spell at Manchester and returned to Old . in his first season Trafford

He enjoyed his most successful years of his career when he joined Juventus for the first time, between 2012 and 2016, winning four Series A titles and played a vital role in helping the club reach the Champions League final in 2015.

As a result of his performances during his first stint in Turin, United have spent £89million bringing him back to Old Trafford but he failed to discover the form shown in Italy for the Red Devils.

And after a scorching 21His 22 season with United, where the team finished with the club’s lowest ever Premier League points, is coming to a bitter end.

It was previously reported that pogba will leave the club with a £3.78 million loyalty bonus when he leaves as a free agent at the end of this month.

In total, pogba made 226 appearances for United during his second stint, finding the back of the net 39 times and assisting 51 times.

Looking forward, pogba will be hungrier than ever to rediscover his best form as he looks to help his country, France, defend their World Cup title in Qatar later this year.