Paul Pogba and Juventus are set to terminate their contract after June 30 and the midfielder might be ready to retire following a four-year doping ban.

The player had two different spells at Juve, both arriving as a free agent from Manchester United in 2012 and again in 2022, divided by a €105m transfer to Old Trafford in 2016.

He barely featured last season due to a succession of injuries, then after two games in the current campaign, he failed a random Serie A doping test.

Although he is set to appeal the four-year ban, Juventus are going to terminate his contract after June 30.

There has been no need to do so beforehand, as the salary was still covered by the Growth Decree tax incentives.

The contract is worth €8m per season plus €2m in bonuses and runs to June 2026.

He is still training with Juventus, but once the contract is terminated, it might be time for the 31-year-old to consider retirement.

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