For the past few days, Paul Pogba’s return to Juventus Turin has been on everyone’s lips. Pogba agent, Mino Raiola has already discussed with the Old Club.
Paul Pogba is getting more attention in the transfer market than in the field this year. And for good reason, last summer, the Frenchman said, during a promotional tour in Asia, that it might be time for him to change destinations and find a new challenge. In the end, he stayed at Manchester United, while Real Madrid gave him a soft look almost immediately afterwards, he was injured, particularly in the ankle.
This season, he only has seven Premier League matches, five of which, as a substitute player, is too little for the man who is supposed to be the best midfielder for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
In recent days, Mino Raiola, his agent, spoke in the press and announced that a potential departure (or return) for Juventus could be current. ” As for Ibra (returned to Milan this winter, he noted), Italy is also a second home for Pogba and he wouldn’t mind going back to Juve, but we’ll talk about it after the Euro… He wants to play at the highest level, but he certainly cannot escape now if things are not going well … “, he explained.
Raiola has already spoken with Juve
But that’s not all. This Saturday we learned that Pogba former club, Juventus had a plan to get it back. The Juve would prepare a package consisting of € 150 million plus two players: Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey.
A great offer that could obviously interest the Red Devils especially since the amount announced seems very high compared to those we had seen in the last summer transfer window and Real Madrid’s offers.
But that’s not all. Indeed, according to information from the Telegraph, the story goes a little further than that and Mino Raiola would have already started negotiations with the leaders of Juventus Turin to bring La Pioche (Paul Pogba) back to the fold, since this is the club where he played between 2012 and 2016. After the Euro, where Pogba will play with the France by Didier Deschamps, there should still be a lot of talk about him in the specialized gazettes.