Paul Pogba: Juventus are confident of completing a three-year deal for the return of the former Manchester United midfielder | football news

Juventus are increasingly confident that they are in the final stages of completing a three-year deal for Paul Pogba, which would put him in the high-income category.

Sky Sports News The Serie A side have been told they have received verbal assurances that the midfielder will join them after his exit from Manchester United as a free agent.

Negotiations went smoothly with Raffaella Pimenta, who has been representing PUBG since Mino Raiola’s death.

She has worked as a lawyer at the late agent’s firm for nearly two decades and is evaluating required amendments to the contract presented before the closing meeting.

Other than what Juventus feel is an unimaginable change from Pogba, the club is optimistic that all formalities will soon be over despite PSG and Real Madrid entering into dialogue with their camp.

Suggestions are that an ad could be linked to the French international’s Amazon Prime movie “The Pogumentary,” which is set to air on June 17.

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Dharmesh Sheth explains why Paul Pogba has not signed a new contract at Manchester United and where his next destination could be

Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri is said to have been pivotal in the 29-year-old’s decision, not only for unlocking Pogba’s best football in the past, but providing a clear blueprint for how to maximize his potential once again.

Excluding the tactical and technical field, Juventus played on the edge of getting emotional appeal with the man they acquired at the time for a world record fee of £93m, including additions, when he moved to United in 2016.

Pogba won four Scudetti titles in four years with the Bianconeri and was sold on a happy homecoming, as well as establishing a key part of the club that rediscovered domestic and European glory.

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Juventus were also the strongest in their style with Real Madrid, and PSG were not “active” in chasing the player as both were distracted by the more pressing situation of Kylian Mbappe. Understandably, the latter made a formal proposal though.

It was Manchester City that rivaled Juventus in terms of the seriousness of its payment, as Pep Guardiola met Pogba and the club drafted a lucrative contract to prove their will to sign him.

The World Cup winner, who is currently on vacation in Miami, had been considering a switch to rivals United on footballing merit, but felt the hype and attendant hate would not be deserved.

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Speaking in May, Sky Sports pundits gathered opinions as they debated whether Paul Pogba would be a good signing for rival Manchester City.

A fresh start, albeit an old one, appears to be a better option in all respects.

Pogba at Manchester United: Mismanagement or mistake?

Paul Pogba, Manchester United

It’s summer 2016. Jose Mourinho is the manager of Manchester United and the club just broke the world transfer record. Frenchman returned to Old Trafford due to unfinished business.

Paul Pogba said afterwards: “This is the right club for me to achieve everything I wish for in the game.” Complete £89m return to United from Juventus.

“He has a chance to be at the heart of this club for the next decade and beyond,” Mourinho added.

It was a deal that caused a frenzy on social media. Stepping out of the shade with a red devil in his hair, Pogba’s ad video was followed by a music clip curated by Stormzy. The hype started around #POGBACK.

It was meant to be the start of something special. A new era for a club that is still struggling to get back on its feet after the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson three years ago.

But Pogba was unable to inspire United to past glory. The 2017 League Cup and the Europa League are the only cups in his six-season run.

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