Paul Pogba to Juventus: the French midfielder would receive 10 million euros a year if he signs for 'Vecchia Signora' |  Manchester United |  Serie A |  FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

Paul pogba, one of the most popular names for the next transfer market, has surprised many with his latest decision. While it is true, Mino Raiola always has him in the passing window waiting for a better proposal that may come, since he is currently considered one of the best midfielders in the world and his price continues to rise pending a decision. : continue on Manchester United or sign for another team.

But, there are many teams that have already been linked to the French footballer: Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and, above all, a possible return to the Juventus from Turin, where he played during the 2012-2016 seasons.

Likewise, the team led by Massimiliano Allegri is working on the restructuring of its squad in the core. Of course, there is a large list of footballers who are being surveyed for a possible arrival at the ‘Vecchia Signora’; however, Pogba the main target of managers.

An ‘exorbitant’ contract

Now, if the Frenchman opts to return as a free agent to the Serie A squad, in Italy they would be willing to put on the table an amazing contract whose salary would end up completely convincing the midfielder.

The new terms that are currently being considered by the press respond to a multi-year contract that amounts to 10 million euros per campaign, an amount that the rest of the competitors will have to overcome, including the ‘Red Devils’, if they wish. continue to count on your services in the next year.

Champion returns

Pogba celebrated his tight victory in the UEFA Nations League on Sunday, where France beat Spain 2-1. Despite the victory, the footballer considers that ‘Les Blues’ “have to improve.”

“It is true that we have started badly, we have allowed ourselves to be dominated and we have had to react. It is true that we have to do better, but the result is what counts. We have won and if we have to win like this, we will continue like this ”, declared for the medium ‘TF1’.

The midfielder praised both Belgium, which he eliminated in the semifinals, and the ‘Red’, noting that France beat both national teams showing “force and thrust”, Two of his features.

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