As confirmed by the Italian club, France international Paul Pogba has officially returned to his former club Juventus after leaving Manchester United on a free transfer at the end of his contract last month.
The 29-year-old has signed a four-year contract with the Serie A side, keeping him in Turin until June 2026.
As his contract with United run down, Pogba’s future became a long-running saga with Real Madrid, PSG and Manchester United all reportedly competing with Juventus for his signature at one stage. Former PSG sporting director Leonardo told Le Parisien that Pogba was his primary target this summer before his sacking at the end of the season. With Luis Campos in now charge, PSG’s interest cooled.
During Pogba’s first spell with Juve between 2012 and 2016 he played 178 games scoring 34 goals and providing 40 assists before returning to Manchester United for a €100m fee where he’d emerged as a promising young player from the Old Trafford club’s academy.