Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain look to have agreed a £58m fee for Paul Pogba to make the move from Italy to France in this summer’s transfer window.
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The French international has been in high demand for some time now, having established himself as one of the world’s best young players since joining Juve from Manchester United back in 2012.
Pogba is now closing in on a big-money move which will see the Italian club make a huge profit on the player they signed for free three years ago, in what will be a big blow for Premier League clubs who’d also hoped to sign him this summer.
Manchester United have been linked with a bid to bring him back to Old Trafford, while Chelsea have also shown an interest in the 22-year-old’s services, though he is now surely heading to PSG, according to Goal.com.
PSG are expected to sell the likes of Yohan Cabaye and Ezequiel Lavezzi to ensure they balance the books in terms of meeting Financial Fair Play regulations.