Pogba has yet to appear for Juventus. He did, however, earn 6 million euros and earns team incentives.
Club football appeared to have made a stunning comeback in the summer, when Paul Pogba returned to Juventus as a free agent. The Frenchman even consented to a pay drop for the sake of the Turin club: Paul earns 197.3 thousand euros per week in Turin (statistics from a credible aggregator Capology), whereas in Manchester it was 330 thousand.
On July 11, 2022, Juventus unveiled Pogba. He played 45 minutes against Chivas two weeks later, and a few days after he damaged his right knee in training. As a result, Paul has never played in the field until today.
Pogba appeared in the application only once: as a substitute in the Serie A match against Monza on January 29, and then vanished – the body could not sustain the training demands after such a lengthy break.
Simultaneously, Pogba frequently earns team incentives for victories. The club want to update this item, but the contract must be altered. The agreement with Juventus also includes 2.6 million in incentives for the Frenchman’s performance – for taking the field and scoring. At the very least, you won’t have to pay for it.
Pogba’s contract is set to expire in the summer of 2026. There have already been speculations that the club is set to cut ties with him, which Fabrizio Romano rejects.
“Pogba is not available yet,” Max Allegri said ahead of Sunday’s encounter against Fiorentina. Maybe it’ll be ready in 20 days. “I’m most looking forward to it.” At the same time, Allegri stated in early February that Paul’s full recovery would take 2-3 months. The season then comes to a close.