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Report: Juventus have an agreement to bring back midfield star

May 26, 2022 - 3:15 pm

After years filled with speculations, the moment may have finally arrived, as Paul Pogba could concretely make his long-awaited return to Turin. The Frenchman’s contract with Manchester United will expire in the next weeks, and he’ll be free to sign with a new club.

Therefore, the Bianconeri could pounce on the situation and reunite with a former crowd favorite who enjoyed a great spell at the Allianz Stadium between 2012 and 2016.

According to la Gazzetta dello Sport via JuventusNews24, Pogba has been in contact with some of his former Juventus teammates in the past few days, which is an additional sign of his imminent return.

The report adds that the 2018 World Cup winner has made his decision loud and clear regarding his return to Turin.

Meanwhile, la Repubblica (via TuttoJuve) believes that Pogba and Juventus have already reached an agreement regarding the amount bonuses that the player will earn per season, in addition to a base salary worth 7.5 million euros.

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Even though we’re yet to receive an official confirmation from either side, the circulating rumors are growing like a snowball.

So barring any dramatic late collapse, we can expect the Manchester United star to make his second landing in Turin in the next few weeks.

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    JohnG May 26, 2022 at 4:19 pm

    Once again, horrible management team. We love Pogba, great player with Juve the 1st go around.
    Past season, Pogba 29 games played, Dybala 39
    Last Season, Pogba 39 games, Dybala 26
    2 years ago, Pogba 25 games, Dybala 47

    And somehow, Pogba gets a bigger salary offer than Dybala, who refused to leave, but Pogba left us to chase the money of Man U.

    Argue the injury problem now?

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    JohnG May 26, 2022 at 4:24 pm

    Oh yeah, let’s not forget Pogba is 6 months older than Dybala. Oh yeah, let’s not forget that Dybala had Covid when he missed that chunk of games last year.

    This is all about Juve management rescinding their offer, and him showing anger and looking at the management team and not celebrating a goal.

    Petty, petty baby management team with hurt feelings.

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      martinn May 27, 2022 at 6:18 am

      I have to disagree with one thing here, from an outsider`s pov he should have controlled his emotions on the field towards management right or wrong as a professional. We don`t know what`s gone on in the background, but his agent has definitely got to be in the blame game, too. Raiola, rest his soul, wouldn`t let his clients get be treated like this or would at least have compromised or said something in public. His agent was very quiet. Management saying in public he`s not part of the project was not good either, but remember they are mouthpieces from the top and again we don`t know the full story. However anyone feels about dybala, and that will change massively for the worse if he goes to inter. As for Pogba, yes I agree another brand signing like ronaldo was, and a MASSIVE risk because we are disastrously performing on the pitch. agnelli already guaranteed allegri another season at least, and might still get us kicked out of the champion`s league. Maybe Italiano or another coach could have made Dybala perform better as an attacking team and formation which would be successful. Think about this, if we had won the Scudetto this year maybe they would have worked it out. OR MAYBE THIS: agnelli+allegri+pogba to try and soothe the fans and increase social media presence?? All watching each other`s backs?? was pogba agreed a season or more ago and dybala`s wages got in the way?

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        Fogs May 27, 2022 at 10:43 am

        I know I’m dreaming here but imagine if pogba could convince dybala to stay and we had vlahovich flanked by chiesa and dybala with pogbo playing behind them……

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    JuveFella May 26, 2022 at 11:39 pm

    Agreeing with a lot of Johng.

    In the last 3 seasons Pogba has missed 72 matches due to injury (72!).

    This season Juve played 52 matches.
    Pogba has in the last 3 seasons missed roughly 1 1/2 (Juve) season & when he has played it hasn’t been outstanding.

    Why would Juve want Ramsey version 2.0?

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    martinn May 27, 2022 at 6:32 am

    The brand fans and shills are all fawning over Pogba right now, and if he performs as good as he did in the past there is absolutely no problem with signing him and I want that to be the outcome; BUT we are going down the ronaldo path again. We are terrible on the pitch, but a temporary partisan social media presence grows. I could not tell you how we grew as a brand this year. Maybe the Women performing? but i know this, if Pogba flops, agnelli and allegri will be in real trouble with fans , it`s already looking dodgy for both of them. a prominent english youtube channel, that works for Juventus on the side, pointed at the screen angrily after the fiorentina humiliation and said `it doesn`t matter how much you said allegri out online it won`t change anyone`s mind`. Fans will always have a say, even if we are ignored we have a say and no one has the right to silence that. And good luck replacing fan`s money, because even if you can temporarily, it doesn`t last forever. Management installed right now are in protection mode. Elkann saying `People come and go, Juve remains` is not a good sign about management, and don`t be surprised to see Nedved pushed out soon because of him speaking out. The oval badge turning into a symbol is a bigger concern than just a change on a shirt.

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    Fogs May 27, 2022 at 10:43 am

    I know I’m dreaming here but imagine if pogba could convince dybala to stay and we had vlahovich flanked by chiesa and dybala with pogbo playing behind them……