Sources confirm CM.com that Juventus have agreed Paul Pogba's transfer fee with Man Utd

Sources confirm CM.com that Juventus have agreed Paul Pogba's transfer fee with Man Utd
2016-20-07 - 22:45
22.42 CET+1 - Sources have just confirmed calciomercato.com that Juventus have agreed Paul Pogba's transfer fee with Manchester United. The Old Lady has agreed the Red Devils' € 110 million bid. Mino Raiola and Paul Pogba had an agreement to get the 20% revenue of the sale, but the duo have agreed to get 'only' the 10%, making Juventus cash in exactly € 100 million, which is what Juventus wanted to earn after that Pogba had informed them about his intension to leave the J Stadium to return to Manchester United.


20.33 CET+ 1 - Paul Pogba is a new player of Manchester United, that’s what French paper L’Eqipe has just reported. Manchester United have reportedly decided to meet Juventus’ € 120 million asking price and the player has already agreed a five-year,€12 million a year contract.

Sources have exclusively told calciomercato.com that Juventus’ are going to agree a € 125 transfer fee. Pogba is entitled to get the 20% revenue of the sale and the Old Lady is going to cash in € 100 million registering the biggest capital gain in the history of football.

Juventus had rejected Manchester United’s opening bid of € 101 million, Pogba returns to his old club after four years. He has scored 34 goals and registered 43 assists in 178 games with the Old Lady in all competitions.