Paul Pogba Injury Might See Him Lose His Contract With Juventus

Juventus are slowly becoming impatient with French midfielder, Paul Pogba who is yet to make his 2022-23 season start due to a knee injury he picked during the preseason games. According to reports, Juventus are now considering the possibility of selling him or terminating his contract, six months after his arrival from Manchester United.

His return to the Old Lady was seen as a plus for the club as the club invested £31m to bring him back to the squad. However, things have taken a wrong turn as Pogba hasn’t played a single minute this season and the Juventus board and fans have started losing hope in him and they feel letting him go will be a better option for everyone.

Paul Pogba Injury

Before leaving Manchester most of the fans felt as if he was unreliable despite his talent and they were a bit happy when he left the club. After his arrival at the Juventus camp, Pogba picked a knee injury that ruled him out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, before being ruled out Pogba had differed with the club on whether he was supposed to undergo surgery or not.

After missing the world cup where his country France reached the finals, Pogba began the season on Juventus’ bench and reports show that he has already picked another injury.

Despite having an injury, Pogba posted a post of him skiing while nursing an injury. This didn’t sit well with the Juventus fans considering they had just suffered a humiliating defeat against Monza.

Recently the club was deducted 15 points due to breaking financial rules and this has left them in a bad position.

Career at Juventus

Pogba’s professional football career revolves around Manchester United and Juventus. He made his professional debut with Manchester United after a youth stint at Le Havre. He joined Manchester in 2009 joining the youth team and was promoted to the first team in 2011 by legendary coach sir Alex Ferguson.

He spent one season with the senior team before moving to Juventus in the 2012-2013 season. Pogba moved to Juventus as a free agent after he refused to pen another contract with the Red Devils.

He went on to spend four seasons with Juventus before making his return to Old Trafford on 8th August 2016. In his return, Pogba signed a five-year contract with the club for a then-record of a highest football transfer fee of €105 million (£89.3 million) plus bonuses of €5 million.

Pogba spent six consecutive seasons with Manchester United recording an impressive record. Pogba then returned to Juventus in 2022 signing a four-year contract with the club. However, his stay at the club isn’t promised due to injury.

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