Paul Pogba will undoubtedly animate the next transfer market (Juventus, Inter, Real Madrid) but the global health crisis has reshuffled the cards. According to Fabio Paratici, the sports director of Juve, who was interviewed by Sky Sport Italia this Sunday, the loss of economic power of the various clubs will no longer allow them to align with the salaries of the moment, especially those of star players.
“He is a fantastic player, we know him as a champion. But something will change after the coronavirus crisis. Now the best players like Paul will have fewer clubs that can guarantee them such a high salary. ” So a good word, because if Pogba wants to return to Juventus this summer, he will have to make financial sacrifices, he who currently receives a salary of 330,000 euros per week on the side of Manchester United.