Pogba has a clause for returning to Juventus?

It has been reported that there is a clause that would allow Manchester United's Paul Pogba to join Juventus, but a deal is unlikely to happen.

The French midfielder joined the Red Devils by the Bianconeri in the summer of 2016 for what was then a worldwide transfer record.

The transfer is said to cost € 105 million plus € 20 million in bonus bonuses, dropping the fee to 125 million euros.

However, he has been 'ignored' by United's manager Jose Mourinho in recent weeks.

This 'ignorance' leaving in some games at the reserve bank and quickly replacing have led to rumors that the French will leave at the end of the season.

According to the French newspaper L'Equipe, there was a clause in the deal that Pogba took at Old Trafford, which will allow Juventus to buy it for about 60m euros after a while.

Even if so, his 12m salary would not match in Turin and it is not certain that the Old Lady would take it after he pushed for England.

Pogba is also on the radar of the Spanish giant, Real Madrid, and in summer there may be changes in his career.

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