We’re now at that stage of the year when there are few transfer rumours in the European media, but there’s a story which will always show up, no matter what, and that’s Paul Pogba’s possible return to Juventus.
It’s unsurprisingly Tuttosport who brings it back today, claiming that Manchester United are being slow in giving the midfielder another contract.
The Red Devils have just triggered the option to extend his deal for a further year, which means he’s committed to the club until 2022.
However, it’s said Manchester United are taking too long for a ‘real renewal’ and there’s not a lot of rush in Pogba’s inner circle for it.
Tuttosport adds that many people believe he’s actually leaving the club at the end of the season.
The newspaper gives two reasons why Pogba could leave the club. First because he’s recently been benched by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and also because Manchester United don’t want to ‘repeat’ the huge contract they gave him back in 2016.
It’s claimed that Juventus, Paris Saint Germain and Real Madrid are all following the negotiations between Mino Raiola and the Premier League side.