“Are the Saudis that great? I’ll see for myself!”…Villain of the century, after Saudi ‘liver check’

Will Paul Pogba (Juventus), the rascal of the century, go to Saudi Arabia?

Pogba is in the midst of the biggest crisis of his soccer career. Once considered one of the best midfielders in the world, he is now in danger of being kicked out of his team.

Pogba joined Manchester United from Juventus in 2016 for a whopping £89 million ($147.8 billion). It was the highest transfer fee at the time. But that was the end of his rise in value. After winning the 2018 World Cup in Russia, his value declined rapidly.토토사이트

Pogba’s frequent injuries and antics earned him a bad boy image. In 2022, he left Manchester United and rejoined Juventus. A ‘betting controversy’ erupted.

He tried to make a comeback at his hometown club, but it turned out to be the worst thing that ever happened to him. Since returning to Juventus, Pogba has played very little due to injury. He started just six league games last season.

Juventus have reached the end of their patience, and local media are reporting that the Bianconeri will sell Pogba this summer. Pogba’s name has been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia.

Al Ittihad, who have already landed Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante, are keen on Pogba. The offer is €100 million ($143 million) over three years. Coincidentally, Benzema and Kante are longtime teammates of Pogba’s with the French national team.

Pogba made a surprise visit to Saudi Arabia this past weekend, posting photos on social media of his trip to the kingdom and its famous tourist sites.

But this wasn’t just any tourist trip. Pogba went on a “visit” to Al Ittihad to see with his own eyes the club that made him a huge offer.

As Italy’s TMW reported, “Pogba spent the weekend in Saudi Arabia. Pogba was here as a guest of Al Ittihad. He met with Al Ittihad coaches and officials and visited the club’s facilities with them.”

“Pogba’s agent and Al Ittihad are in talks about a transfer. However, nothing has been decided yet. The trip to Saudi Arabia was also to explore Al Ittihad.”

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