Juventus confident they have WON the race to re-sign Paul Pogba at the end of his Manchester United contract ahead of Paris Saint-Germain… with the midfielder offered a three-year deal worth close to £30million
- Paul Pogba is set to leave Manchester United with his contract set to expire
- Both Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing the midfielder
- The Serie A club though believe they have beaten the French side to Pogba
- Pogba enjoyed a successful stint at Juventus previously from 2012 to 2016
Paul Pogba is heading for a return to Juventus with a full agreement for the Manchester United star now close.
Paris Saint-Germain are preparing one final contract offer to snatch Pogba from under the Italian club’s noses – but Juve are confident they have won the race.
The France international has been offered a three year deal by the Serie A club, worth close to £30 million over the term of the contract.
Manchester United star Paul Pogba is set to leave the club at the end of the season on a free
Juventus are confident that Pogba, who played for them from 2012 to 2016, will rejoin them
It remains to be seen if PSG’s offer can persuade Pogba into a rethink.
There is a synergy in Pogba’s potential move to his homeland – France’s World Cup winner returning to the nation’s capital.
But as it stands he is poised for a return to Turin.
Sportsmail revealed this month how Manchester City were interested in signing Pogba on a free transfer in what would have been one of the most dramatic moves in English football history.
The 29-year-old gave serious consideration to the move but has decided his next transfer should be abroad.
Manchester City had been interested in a stunning move for Pogba from their local rivals