How much have Juventus offered Paul Pogba?

Cameron Smith
Cameron Smith 17 May 2022 23:55 CEST 3 min read
Paul Pogba, Man Utd, 2021-22

Paul Pogba will leave Manchester United this summer following the expiration of his contract at Old Trafford and bring the end to a six-year spell back at the club.

FootballTransfers reported in early May that Pogba has held talks with Juventus over a return to the club and our sources tell us he has been offered a deal worth around €220,000-a-week at a fixed rate, with lucrative clauses and bonuses added on.

Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have both been linked, while Real Madrid have seemingly stepped away from a move after several years of rumours.

However, Juventus are in the driving seat as Pogba has played there before and it able to negotiate with them right now, which he can't do with Man City as they're a fellow Premier League club.

Goal.com’s Romeo Agresti has reported that the Serie A giants have offered Pogba a three-year deal worth €7.5m-a-year plus add-ons that will see him contracted to the club until 2025.

Will Pogba re-join Juventus?

The Frenchman left Man Utd 2012 to join Juventus, before returning to Manchester four years later as one of the best players in world football.

He'd won the Golden Boy award and countless collective trophies in Turin, all while building his reputation as a goal-scoring midfielder with excellent creative numbers.

Sat alongside the likes of Arturo Vidal, Andrea Pirlo and Claudio Marchisio, Pogba caught the eye of Man Utd and they paid a world record fee to bring him back to the club he left as a mere boy.

Paul Pogba is wanted by Juventus as a free agent this summer

Paul Pogba is wanted by Juventus as a free agent this summer

Injuries, manager changes, systematic problems and a lack of consistent form all contributed to Pogba not quite reaching the levels many expected him to hit at Man Utd, but his form for France suggests he's still a world class player on his day in the right environment.

Given how his talent was extracted so well at Juventus before, the Turin club are evidently keen to be reunited with the player as they look to offload some of their current midfield options.

Weston McKennie, Adrien Rabiot and Aaron Ramsey have all been linked with permanent moves away.