Paul Pogba will become the most expensive signing in the history of football and will join Manchester United this summer, according to our colleagues at L’Équipe.
After negotiations began yesterday between Juventus and Manchester United, the Red Devils saw an offer worth €101m rejected.
Between that occurring and now, two things have happened, according to the French football newspaper’s website.
One, Juventus have accepted Paul Pogba’s decision to leave.
Two, Manchester United have accepted to pay what Juventus demanded yesterday, €120m plus bonuses.
Mino Raiola, according to certain indiscretions aside from this new report, has agreed a €24m package from Manchester United.
This would take the transfer to €144m, excluding bonuses.
Final details will need to be agreed in the coming days, but Paul Pogba is now set, barring an extraordinary u-turn, to re-join Manchester United.
Those final details are believed to be the incentives and bonuses that Juventus will wish to add on to the €120m base fee agreement.