According to the Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus is working on the plan for a return of Paul Pogba. Such an operation would however require the Italian club to pay at least 110 million euros to pay the transfer fee.
The hypothesis of a “Pogback” operation rustles on the other side of the Alps. The Gazzetta dello Sport, in its Tuesday edition, understands that Juventus “dreams” of a return of Paul Pogba. Four seasons after his departure to Manchester United, the French world champion arrives a year from the end of his contract with his training club. A situation that opens the door to a transfer that he particularly demanded last summer, to no avail despite calls from the foot of Real Madrid.
The Turin coach Maurizio Sarri has already given the green light to bring Paul Pogba home (he worked there from 2012 to 2016). But the newspaper also stresses that such a transfer would be costly for the champion of Serie A whose finances are not in good shape. There is talk of compensation of at least 110 million euros, not counting the salary of the 27-year-old player. The daily notes that the Old Lady will first need to trim its workforce before it can move forward on this issue.
At the end of convalescence
This information occurs a few days later the declaration of the former middle Claudio Marchisio, who spoke in favor of a return of Paul Pogba at the Bianconeri. “It would be nice if he was back in this shirt,” he said on Italian television.
Injured at the ankle for several months, Paul Pogba has still not played on the lawns in 2020. However, it seems close to seeing the exit from the tunnel, since there was talk of a resumption of training at the end of March.