Paul Pogba is heading back to Juventus with an agreement said to be reached between both parties, MySportDab reports.
The move would see Paul Pogba head back to where he established himself as a football player during his younger age after he was released by Manchester United.
It has repeated itself once again with Manchester United letting him leave as both parties couldn’t reach an agreement to extend his contract which could have kept him longer with them.
Offers came from different top clubs including Paris Saint Germain and Manchester City, but a decision has been made on where the playing is heading next.
Paul Pogba’s return to Manchester United wasn’t that pleased with him enjoying just his first two to three seasons with the rest being a nightmare for the midfielder who was faced with so much.
Before his last few games, he was a victim of fans booing him as he struggled off the pitch with an injury which all signs showed that was his last game for the club which already hired a new manager.
The deal is expected to be a four years contract which might also be the last one for him to play European football as he should be 33 years old by then.
Juventus will once again have their talisman in their midfield after leaving them for Manchester United for a record-breaking fee five years ago.