Manchester United’s hopes of signing Paul Pogba looks to have been shattered after Juventus have confirmed that he has signed a new contract, extending his stay until 2019, Daily Mail reports.
The 21-year-old posted a picture of himself penning the new deal, said to be worth £70,000-a-week, triple his previous salary as a host of European giants look to end their chase for the highly rated midfielder.
Despite the fact that United let him leave for free, they have constantly been on a chase to try and resign the France international with the player revealing that he doesn’t want to return to Old Trafford.
The Serie A side has confirmed his new contract with club administrator Guiseppe Marotta saying that he has renewed his contract and has admitted to rejected a number of huge offers for their star.
“We have just signed Paul Pogba’s renewal until 2019,”
Even if United are set to end their chase for Pogba, the club is still linked with a move for his teammate Arturo Vidal in January.