Juventus give Paul Pogba 15 days to decide his future
La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the Frenchman has been given a two-week ultimatum by Allegri. In addition, the Old Lady is eager to sign Morata outright.
Now that Juventus have secured the Scudetto title, Allegri and the club's board are eager to flesh out next season's squad. The Old Lady will be doing her darndest to hang onto the majority of the team’s players while making a few tweaks ahead of the 2016/17 Champions League campaign.
However, the Bianconeri boardroom is mainly concerned with holding onto two men in particular: Álvaro Morata and Paul Pogba.
Beppe Marotta has reiterated on a number of occasions the importance of reaching a deal with Real Madrid to sign the Spanish striker outright. Tuttosport reported on Wednesday that the Serie A giants have offered los blancos €25 million for the 23-year-old.
With regards to Pogba, Juve have decided to give the Frenchman an ultimatum. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Marotta and Allegri have given the highly sought-after midfielder 15 to 20 days to decide whether he wants commit to another year with the Turin side or not.
Nonetheless, if any suitors are looking to lure the midfield maestro away from Juventus it won’t come cheap. Apparently the Italian club have priced their star asset at €100 million.
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