Manchester United’s highly-rated young French midfielder Paul Pogba has agreed a summer move to Juventus, according to the Manchester
The 19-year-old’s decision to turn down the new deal has led to him becoming an outcast at the club, the Manchester Evening News adds, with the newspaper revealing Pogba is now training on his own.
Pogba, part of the Manchester United side that won the FA Youth Cup in 2011, came to England in 2009 from Le Havre, the same French outfit that produced Real Madrid midfielder Lassana Diarra, former Milan player Ibrahim Ba and current Paris Saint-Germain striker Guillaume Hoarau. In 2009 United paid Le Havre a reported £300,000 for the services of the then-16-year-old Pogba. Pogba has yet to start a game for Manchester United, making four substitute appearances this season, only one of which came in the Premier League.
If Pogba does move to Juventus the player will according to the Manchester Evening News earn £1m per season. Pogba has yet to start a game for Manchester United, making four substitute appearances this season, only one of which came in the Premier League.
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