Many believed his agent’s fees were one of the factors holding up the deal, however the Italian club will not receive the total fee as Mino Raiola was believed to be entitled to €25m.
His first clubs Le Harve, Torcy and Roissy-en-Brie will be entitled to €2m and a further €5m will go towards purchasing a house for Pogba.
Juventus are left with a total of €73m, which could rise to €78m, but to consider they only paid round €1m in 2012, they have made a staggering profit on his services.
He’s one of the best midfielders in the world at the age of 23 and will only continue to develop as he picks up more experience in the Premier League.
It’s a smashing deal for Man United and if reports are correct to suggest we aren’t paying Pogba’s agent fees then Ed Woodward deserves some extra praise for getting €25m knocked off the price and getting the deal finalised.