Monday, 29th September, 2014
Juventus have reached an agreement with Paul Pogba over a contract renewal, according to Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset.
Pogba is a key man at the Italian champions and they are well aware a number of clubs covet his signature, including Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and the Frenchman's former club Manchester United.
But Juventus are hopeful signing Pogba to a fresh contract will end any thoughts of a switch away from Turin for the France international.
And their agreement with Pogba will see the Frenchman put pen to paper on a new contract running until the summer of 2019, while the player will earn a yearly pay packet of around €4m.
Juventus picked Pogba up in the summer of 2012 after he refused to renew his contract with Manchester United.
The midfielder quickly established himself in the club's first team and helped drive Juventus to Serie A titles in 2013 and 2014.
Pogba has also seen his progress recognised at international level, with France coach Didier Deschamps taking him to this summer's World Cup in Brazil.