Midfield superstar set to renegotiate terms with Serie A champions.
Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has confirmed that he is set to meet with club officials over the possibility of signing a new contract, Sky Sports reports.
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The France international has been linked with a number of huge European clubs over the summer, including Paris Saint Germain and Manchester United, who originally let him go in 2012.
But despite reports suggesting that Pogba could leave Juventus, the club’s chief executive Beppe Marotta revealed that they were set to meet the player’s agent regarding a new deal.
And following Marotta’s claims last month, the player has now confirmed that he will be meeting with the club’s officials to sort out a new deal.
He told French TV channel TF1: “We are negotiating the renewal. Soon, I will meet the club officials.”
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