Juventus will announce the signing of French star Paul Pogba early next month, after completing all the details of the free deal, without specifying the term of the contract.

The French international is supposed to undergo routine medical examinations, and then Juve will present him to his team's fans two weeks later.

Manchester City entered the contract strongly with Pogba, and coach Pep Guardiola personally intervened in the negotiations, but Pogba was insisting on returning to "Turin".

It is noteworthy that Juve had sold Pogba - who is expected to receive 8 million euros in annual salary - 6 years ago for 100 million euros.

Pogba joined the junior team at United in 2009 at the age of 16, coming from Le Havre, and achieved the England Junior Cup with him before rising to the ranks of the first team in the 2011-2012 season and leaving at the end of it to Turin, and after 4 years he left Juventus in 2016 returning to Man United Next season, he returns to the "Old Lady" team.