Juventus director Giuseppe Marotta may still lay his trust on Paul Pogba to stay in Turin, but the Frenchman has already given a massive hint of leaving I Bianconeri after spending four years at the club.
The 23-year-old Pogba has reportedly chosen not to renew his lease contract of his home. Many reports are suggesting that this could be a major reveal regarding the midfielder choosing to leave Juventus for a club abroad. The man from Lagny-sur-Marne, France has been heavily tipped to join Real Madrid this summer and the Los Blancos hierarchy will be happy with this recent update, as reported by Football Italia.
However, it will be wise not to jump on the Pogba leaving Juventus bandwagon yet since the Frenchman did a similar thing last summer before choosing to stay with the Italian Serie A Champions. It has also been revealed in a recent poll that 62% of the Real Madrid fans do not consider Pogba as a major purchase, according to The Gazzetta dello Sport.
Pogba joined Juventus from Manchester United for free and has since developed himself from a capricious footballer into one of the greatest midfielders in world football at the moment. Last season, he was offered the legendary No. 10 jersey of The Old Lady.
Paul Pogba made 35 appearances for Juventus in the Serie A last season where he scored 8 goals. He created a total of 54 chances for his team and has a pass accuracy of 83%. His extremely competitive nature did get him into trouble though as the Frenchman earned 10 yellow cards in the league, as reported by Squawka.com.
Juventus will be desperate to keep hold of Pogba as manager Massimiliano Allegri seems to be building a team which will be able to challenge for the Champions League. With the recent signing of Miralem Pjanic, Juventus will boast of possessing two of the most creative players in the Serie A. Hence, it will take a lot of pursuing by Real Madrid if they want to get hold of the most sought after midfielder in world football at the moment.
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