It’s not official yet, but it’s a done deal. Journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that the agreement between Juventus and Paul Pogba is complete for the French international to return to Turin, once again from Manchester United.
Paul Pogba will play for Juventus from July. As expected, negotiations have gone well and all that remains is for the ‘Vecchia Signora’ to announce the deal.
Fabrizio Romano has reported the “complete agreement” that has been reached in the last few hours after the meeting that both parties, including Rafaela Pimienta, the Frenchman’s agent, were due to have.
The signing is “done and sealed”. Juventus are expected to announce Pogba’s signing in early July, when his current contract with Manchester United expires on 30th June.
His agent went to the Juventus offices in Milan to meet with the ‘Bianconeri’ sporting director, Federico Cherubini, in order to close the deal. According to local media reports, the length of the contract was still to be finalised, as the salary will be around eight million euros.
Paul Pogba to Juventus, confirmed and here we go! Full agreement now completed on a free transfer. Deal to be signed at the beginning of July, it’s done and sealed. 🚨⚪️⚫️ #Juve
Pogba will be in Italy in two weeks. Juve sold him for €100m six years ago – now he’s back for free. pic.twitter.com/YNyyOlmSUE
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 23, 2022
Pogba will be in Italy in two weeks’ time after his summer break to sign his new contract and settle in for his return to Turin, where he will once again be reunited with Massimiliano Allegri.
It will be the second time that Pogba has signed for Juventus and, moreover, for free from Manchester United, from whom he will leave in the next few days through the back door after a bad spell on a collective level.