Pogba offered three-year deal at Juventus

French midfielder, Paul Pogba looks set to leave Manchester United for Juventus FC on a three year deal.

Credits: Reuters

Pogba joined United in 2016 for £80m from Juventus in a then club-record deal, things have not gone as much as planned and the player is set to leave the club with just two months left on his current deal.

According to Goal, Pogba’s return to the Allianz Stadium looks close even though his wage demands remain a potential stumbling block.

A return to Juventus, where he previously played before returning to United for a second spell in 2016, looks to be one of the likely options for his future and now the Italian giants have tabled an official offer to the player.

The publication stated that Juventus would pay Pogba an annual salary of €7.5 million (£6.3m/$7.9m), which would come with a roster of bonuses for the midfielder.

However, Pogba has reportedly asked for €11 million (£9.3m/$11.6m), leaving a stumbling block between player and club on final wage packets.

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