His contract with the Old Trafford club is due to expire on June 30 and over the last couple of days the Bianconeri informed Manchester United that they were in negotiations with the player.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Sportitalia and more, Juventus have now agreed personal terms with Pogba via his lawyer, who has taken over talks following the death of agent Mino Raiola.
It is said to be a three-year contract worth €10m per season plus performance-related bonuses.
While there was also interest from Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and even Manchester City, Pogba had his heart set on a return to the club where he felt happiest and gave his best performances.
Some of those were under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Turin after a two-year absence.
It is a remarkable turnaround, considering he joined Juve as a free agent from Manchester United in 2012 and was sold back to the same Premier League club for €105m in 2016.
Now he looks set to again come to the Old Lady free of charge, leaving Manchester United out of pocket twice.
While PSG would certainly have offered higher wages, Pogba learned in his Premier League experience that he did not feel appreciated by fans and the media.
The other bonus is that Pogba will benefit from tax breaks that effectively halve the tax payable on his salary due to the growth decree.
— La Gazzetta dello Sport (@Gazzetta_it) May 20, 2022