- Midfielder returned to Turin in 2022
- Frenchman yet to make second debut
- Bianconeri mulling over their options
WHAT HAPPENED? The World Cup-winning France international only returned to Turin in 2022, after reaching the end of his contract at Manchester United and becoming a free agent, but he is yet to take in a competitive appearance for the Bianconeri since heading back to Italy. A knee injury picked up in pre-season ruled him out of a World Cup defence with his country in Qatar and prevented him from playing any part for Massimiliano Allegri at club level.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Pogba did return to the bench in Juve’s 2-0 defeat against Monza, but has since been ruled out of action again as he heads back to the treatment table.
AND WHAT'S MORE: Gazzetta dello Sport is now reporting that Juve are ready to cut their losses on the 29-year-old midfielder, who has sat out 27 matches in the 2022-23 campaign, with it suggested that his contract could be terminated or interest will be sounded out in other leagues such as MLS in America.
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WHAT NEXT? Juve are aware that removing Pogba from their ranks would free up important funds, with it possible that they could bring in a couple of players during the next transfer window and still be paying out less in wages than they are at present.