Manchester United’s Paul Pogba asks for time to evaluate Juventus’ offer

Juventus are willing to sign Paul Pogba on a free transfer this summer, but the player’s entourage would also like to listen to offers from other clubs.

According to La Stampa, the entourage of Paulo Pogba, represented by his lawyer Brazilian lawyer Rafaela Pimenta, has asked for time to evaluate the offer of Juventus and compare them to the offers from other clubs before deciding on the next move for the midfield maestro. 

The report suggests that Juventus have put a three-year deal at an annual salary of €8million plus €2million in bonuses on the player’s table. On the other hand, it is suggested that PSG are ready to offer a better deal to land the Frenchman in the summer. Pimenta had a long discussion with the Bianconeri managers at Continassa on Monday.

Pogba’s contract at Man United will expire this summer, making him a free agent. Although the Premier League club wants to extend the player’s contract, the 2018 World Cup winner is set to embark on a new challenge, as he hinted on several occasions during his time in England over the last few years.

Thanks to the 29-year-old’s brilliant memories in Turin previously, it is believed that Juventus could end up being the recipient of Pogba’s services this time. But nothing is agreed upon between the parties as they are keen to evaluate all offers first.

Jyotirmoy Halder

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