PAUL POGBA sent Juventus fans into meltdown with his latest Instagram post – after reportedly agreeing a transfer return. He got Old Lady
PAUL POGBA sent Juventus fans into meltdown with his latest Instagram post – after reportedly agreeing a transfer return.
He got Old Lady supporters excited by uploading a picture of him posing on a waterfront on his social media.
Paul Pogba got Juventus fans excited by his latest Instagram post[/caption]
Pogba, wearing a yellow tracksuit labelled “Guinea” and a red cap, faced away from the camera overlooking the greenery, water and hills beyond.
It is unclear exactly where the photo was taken – but fans flooded the replies with comments of “Pogback” as they prepare for his return to Juventus.
One said: “See you at the stadium Paul.”
Another wrote: “Welcome back.”
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And a third added: “We are waiting for you at home.”
The Manchester United midfielder, 29, is out of contract at Old Trafford this summer.
And he looks set to leave as a free agent with no extension agreed.
A controversial move across town to Manchester City fell through and PSG were also keen.
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But now Juventus are in pole position to sign Pogba back for nothing, six years after selling him for £89million.
Gazzetta state that Pogba will earn £8.5million-a-year, or £163,000 per week, in Turin after bonuses.
That is a whopping pay cut from his current £290,000-a-week deal with the Red Devils.