Report reveals how much Pogba deal would cost Juventus coffers
With each passing day, Paul Pogba is getting closer to finalizing his return to Juventus.
Last week, Manchester United officially announced the midfielder’s departure after six years of service and he is now free to sign for a new club.
But as we all know by now, the Frenchman is keen to return to Turin where he enjoyed the most successful period of his career (at least in club football).
Even though the 29-year-old will earn significantly less in Italy, his arrival remains costly for the Old Lady.
According Gazzetta dello Sport Going through ilBianconeroJuventus will spend 80 million euros on gross salaries, signing fees, agent’s fees and other expenses related to Pogba’s return.
The source believes the club will offer the 2018 World Cup winner a contract proposal similar to the one offered to Paulo Dybala last October which was later withdrawn following the arrival of Dusan Vlahovic.
In short, Pogba is set to receive a four-year contract which would earn him up to 10 million per season after adding bonuses.
While that might seem a bit heavy handed, the club apparently feel the need to add a household name to the fold following the departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Dybala, and will use the Growth Decree (applicable to athletes signed from abroad) to save money. 50% on taxes. linked to the player’s salary.