Earlier reports says much of the content of Paul Pogba’s contract with Juventus has been completed.
In the short term, there is only a matter of the french midfielder’s commitment in the second time wearing the “Old Lady of Turin” shirt.
Pogba will be given one of two options: a four-year contract or three years with a one-year extension depending on his achievements.
It is expected that the two sides will close all issues and officially announce the contract in early July.
Earlier this month, Manchester United confirmed that Paul Pogba would be leaving the team after his contract ended.
Shortly afterwards, the English press speculated that the midfielder would return to Juventus – the team he had been with for four years before returning to Old Trafford in 2016 for £89 million.
At the age of 30, it is likely to be the last big deal of Pogba’s career. He will reunite with coach Max Allegri at Juventus next time.