Juventus want €10 million for Paul Pogba exit

Juventus would not be against the idea Paul Pogba leaving the club this summer but want at least €10 million from the move.

La Gazzetta dello Sport today state that the Saudi Arabian club interested in Pogba is not Al-Ittihad, but it is Al-Ahli, who recently signed Roberto Firmino after his exit from Liverpool. The Saudi club first want to verify Pogba’s physical situation before going ahead with signing him. This has already been informed to Pogba’s lawyer Rafaela Pimenta.

Pogba isn’t currently keen on leaving Juve and he wants to redeem himself at the Bianconeri. But nothing is decided yet. Juve meanwhile, are waiting to understand the midfielder’s decision. If Pogba wants to leave, they would not be against letting him leave and would want about €10 million from his sale. It would make sure that they make a capital profit, since he arrived on a free transfer once his Manchester United contract expired.

Pogba has not made a decision yet and despite his wishes for redemption, he is still reflecting on his future.




Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN



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