Paul Pogba: Juventus are sure to conclude a three-year deal for the return of former Manchester United midfielder Soccer News

Juventus are increasingly confident they are in the final stages of completing a three-year deal for Paul Pogba, who will put him in their top-ranked group.

Sky Sports News it has been said that the Serie A side have received verbal assurances that the midfielder will join them after his departure from Manchester United as a free agent.

Negotiations have progressed smoothly with Rafaela Pimenta, who has represented Pobga since the death of Mino Raiola.

She has served as a lawyer at the deceased agent’s firm for nearly two decades and evaluates requested adjustments to the contract offered prior to a closing meeting.

Beyond what Juve feel would be an unimaginable opinion of Pogba, the club is optimistic that all formalities will end soon despite Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid in dialogue with their camp.

Suggestions are that an announcement could be linked to the Amazon Prime film about the French international entitled “La Pogumentary”, which will be broadcast 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.

Juve manager Massimiliano Allegri was reportedly pivotal to the 29-year-old’s decision, not only because of unlocking Pogba’s best football in the past, but providing a clear outline of how his skills will once again be maximized.

Not the tactical and technical pitch, Juve played to the advantage of having an emotional tug of war with the man for whom they then banked a world record fee of £ 93 million, including add-ons, when he moved to United in 2016.

Pogba won four Scudettis in four years with the Bianconeri and was sold a happy home return, plus status as a key part for the club regaining domestic and European glory.

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Manchester United have confirmed that midfielder Paul Pogba will leave the club at the end of his contract this summer.

Juve were also the strongest in their approach with Real and PSG not “so active” in pursuing the player as both were distracted by Kylian Mbappe’s more pressing situation. The latter are understood however put a formal proposal.

It was Manchester City who competed with Juve in the seriousness of their push, with Pep Guardiola meeting Pogba and the club drafting a lucrative contract to prove their willingness to acquire him.

The World Cup winner, currently on holiday in Miami, considered making the switch to United’s rivals on football merit, but felt that the accompanying noise and hatred would not be worth it.

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Speaking in May, Sky Sports experts locked horns as they discussed whether Paul Pogba would be a good signing for rivals Manchester City.

A fresh start, albeit on old soil, was apparently viewed as a better all-round choice.

Pogba at Man Utd: Mismanaged or Error?

Paul Pogba, Manchester United

It’s the summer of 2016. Jose Mourinho is the manager of Manchester United and the club has just broken the world transfer record. Franco returned to Old Trafford for unfinished business.

“This is the right club for me to achieve everything I hope for in the game,” said Paul Pogba later. completing his £ 89m move back to Juventus’ United.

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

There was a deal that caused a frenzy on social media. Coming out of the shadows with a red devil marked in his hair, Pogba’s commercial was followed by a sponsored music video featuring Stormzy. The hype about #POGBACK has begun.

It had to be the beginning of something special. A new era for a club still struggling to find its feet after the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson three years earlier.

But Pogba could not inspire United to former glories. The 2017 League Cup and Europa League are the only trophies of his six-season spell.

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