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Paul Pogba signs a four year contract to Juventus

After his contract with Manchester United expired at the end of June, Paul Pogba left the team; Juventus and the French midfielder have agreed to a four-year contract; On Saturday in Turin, Pogba will get a medical exam. Pogba is aware that this could be his final major professional move as he approaches his 30s and wants to take his time to make the best choice possible.

Paul Pogba, Manchester United

Pep Guardiola spoke with Pogba and the club drafted a lucrative deal to show their desire to recruit the midfielder away from arch-rivals United. The World Cup winner did take City's offer into consideration, but he decided it would not be worth the commotion and hate that would follow.

In 177 appearances across all competitions and four years with the Italian powerhouse between 2012 and 2016, the midfielder amassed 34 goals and 40 assists while winning nine domestic championships. Pogba recently revealed that he is eager to prove to his previous club Man United that they "made a mistake" by letting him leave the club this summer. Pogba spent the last five years at Old Trafford without winning a single title.

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