Juventus remain interested in Paul Pogba but signing him once again remains a complicated affair.
La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that the relationship between Pogba and United has now reached a point of no return after he was booed by fans of the club during their game against Norwich City.
It is stated that while Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain are interested in him, the midfielder has a very high liking for Juve and the Bianconeri still have a lot of interest in the Frenchman. But as things stand, a move remains complicated and Juve would have to rely on the Growth Decree rules to sign him.
Juve’s fixed wages limit is at €7.5 million but the midfielder currently earns €15 million at United. Growth Decree will allow for a 50 percent reduction in the fixed wage packet and this will make sure that Pogba, under his current contract, will earn €7.5 million per season. But the midfielder is expected to ask for more in his next contract unless he asks for a wage cut.