Juventus’ star midfielder is looking for a star payday. Have Paul Pogba’s contract demands been adjusted for ego-inflation?
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Paul Pogba has a fairly strong sense of his own worth and value to a club, which is why the Juventus midfielder is requesting a £7 million net per year contract to leave Serie A.
According to the Daily Star, the 22-year-old French megastar wants to be among the highest paid midfielders in the world and has reportedly also asked that “20 percent of his future sell-on to be paid to his agent Mino Raiola, and his former representative Oualid Tanazefti.” Chelsea, Man City and Barcelona are believed to be the top teams competing for his services.
One of the fastest rising defensive stars in the world, Pogba has won three straight Serie A championships with Juventus since joining the Italian outlet after a one-year stint with Man United.
Considered an elite talent as both an attacker and a defender, Pogba has recorded 20 goals in just 89 league appearances for Juventus and has 5 goals for the French national team – one of which came in a win over Nigeria in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The price tag on Pogba has ranged well-above £50 million total, with some going as high as £70 million.