Paul Pogba Agrees Five Year United Contract

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Marca, a Spanish publication, has reported that Paul Pogba has agreed terms with Manchester United, and the player will earn €13m a year, after tax, on a five year contract. However, there’s no agreement between both clubs.

The report adds that the Italian champions still want to keep the midfielder for a further season. But the France international is believed to be interested in making a switch to his former club, after four years.

The reports are similar to what L’Equipe said last week.


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Contrary to previous reports, Marca has suggested that Mino Raiola will not charge anything extra from the buying club. The super-agent has 20% of the player’s registration anyway.

According to Manchester Evening News, the 23-year-old will only join if United offer him a persuasive ‘project’.


Raiola said: “Last year, when the bid came in, I really wanted him to go to Chelsea. It didn’t happen but this year we will see.

“Juve do not want to sell him and there is a chance for us to talk about a new contract. He feels no need to leave.

“But if you come with a project that will make Paul want to leave, we’ll talk with the club.”

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