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Juventus, Raiola: “Fans can dream of Pogba’s return” – Sport – Football

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Turin, November 17, 2021 – “Dreaming is free, those who do not dream are dead. I do not forbid dreams to anyone, I do them too every day so let’s dream, it’s good for you. Then let’s see if they come true”. Mino Raiola does not extinguish, but rather feeds, the hopes of the fans of the Juventus to review Paul pogba in black and white jersey. A hope that supporters of the Old Lady have had for several seasons now. Until now, however, the Frenchman has never moved from Manchester since he returned in the summer of 2016. But this time it can be the good one, at least as regards the farewell to United: yes, because the contract that binds the class’ 93 to the Red Devils expires on June 30th.

The obstacles

In short, it is clear that, seven months after the conclusion of the agreement between the parties, the waters are beginning to stir around Pogba. Juventus is an interested spectator of the situation, aware that many other clubs will move for the Octopus, starting with Real Madrid and from the usual Paris Saint Germain. Taking back the midfielder born in Lagny-sur-Marne again on a free transfer would represent a sensational blow, especially in light of the gaps that the Juventus midfielder has been showing for too many years. The operation could be held back by the very rich salary that Pogba currently receives in Manchester, equal to 14 million net per season plus substantial bonuses. But watch out in this sense to the benefits of the Growth Decree: with the 50% savings on taxes, those 14 million net would cost 21 million gross (not the 28 canons).

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The past in black and white

Then there is the player’s will to consider. Certainly to earn a lot, but also to marry a project in which he believes, with a coach who values ​​him and a comfortable environment. Perfect identikit for Juventus’s Massimiliano Allegri, which gave Pogba the chance to make himself known to the great football in those four years from 2012 to 2016 in which the transalpine earned the irreplaceable chevrons in the Juventus midfield, first with Antonio Conte, then with Max, winning four Scudetti, two Italian Cups, three Italian Super Cups and reaching the Champions League final in 2015, for a total of 178 appearances and 34 goals.

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