Paul Pogba is to have a 4-Year deal with Juventus

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Juventus, reportedly, have reached an agreement with their former wonder boy, Paul Pogba.

After leaving the club at the age of 23, the French playmaker is returning to his former club on a free transfer after his contract expired on June 30.

Paul Pogba for Manchester United

Paul Pogba has found the net on 39 occasions during his stint of 232 matches in his six seasons in EPL. He has also helped his teammates score with 51 assists. On the other side, he has been booked 41 times and received 1 double yellow and 2 direct red cards.

In the Champions League, Pogba has appeared 24 times for Manchester United and scored twice for them. He also has scored 4 assists during his 6 years in UCL. He was booked only once when he got 2 cards and got sent off in the Champions League.

Paul Pogba was previously with Juventus

The French Playmaker scored 34 goals & 40 assists for Juventus in his previous tenure. Also, he was booked 26 times and got 1 red card with no double booking.

Pogba scored 2 goals and 8 assists for Juventus in his previous seasons. Pogba, trophyless during his time at Old Trafford wants to show his former club how big a mistake it is to let him leave this summer.

Juventus will look to climb back to the top of the table this season with Pogba. Juventus finished fourth in Serie A last season, missing out on the title for the second consecutive season. Massimiliano Allegri will look for Pogba to create more goals for his teammates alongside their potential signing of Jorghino.

United has been in the news in recent times for their events behind the scenes which clubbed together with mismanagement can be blamed for the failed retention of the playmaker. Pogba was often used as a holding midfielder but did show his quality at times when given the freedom.

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