DONE DEAL: Paul Pogba To Return To Juventus After Six Years For Free.

Juventus is believed to have reached an agreement in principle to sign Paul Pogba, passing up the opportunity to sign with Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.

It will either be a four-year contract or a three-year deal with an option for a further year; and he is expected to officially sign the contract at the start of July.

The 29-year-old left Old Trafford after running down his contract, and has been a free agent ever since. 

This is the second time he has left a Premier League team for no reason, He spent six difficult years, during which he made over 200 competitive appearances.

Pogba was unable to inspire the Red Devils back to former glories. The 2017 League Cup and Europa League are the only trophies of his six-season spell.

He wss booed by fans off the pitch against Norwich City and suffering a calf injury at Liverpool in April, which was his last game for the club.

According to Fabrizio Romano, Paul Pogba is on the verge of a return to Juventus, The midfielder has reached an agreement with the Italian giants and the deal could be officiated by the end of next month.

The Deal is done and sealed; it will be signed at the beginning of July.

In two weeks, Pogba will visit Italy, and will be motivated to restart his career after his six-year stint at United comes to an end.

Juve sold him for €100 million six years ago, and now he is returning to the Old Lady for free.

Pogba's first stint with Juventus began in 2012 after he turned down a new contract offer from Sir Alex Ferguson. Juve was ordered by a tribunal to pay the midfielder, who was 19 at the time, £800,000 in compensation.

The midfielder made 178 appearances for the Old Lady during what was undoubtedly his most fruitful spell of his career; during that time, he scored 34 goals and assisted 40 more.

That performance led Juve to four Serie A championships, a berth in the Champions League final, and an £89 million move back to Old Trafford where Pogba intermittently displayed his talent.

After helping Les Bleus win the 2018 World Cup, he experienced success with the French national team while playing for Manchester United.

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