FOR SOMEONE WEALTH, AND FOR SOMEONE A SLAP IN THE FACE: Pogba was angry with United because of the offer of ''only'' 300.000 pounds?!

In Paul Pogba’s new documentary “Pogumentari”, a video surfaced in which he refused a huge contract with Manchester United of 300 pounds a week and called the offer “nothing”, as long as he was in his Rolls Royce in Miami.

After six seasons, Pogba ended his mission in the Premier League, which occasionally promised a lot, but more often disappointed the fans with the “Dream Dream”.

This is the second time that the Frenchman has been allowed to leave United for free, since he did so in 2012 under the leadership of Sir Alex Ferguson.

On both occasions, the club tried to keep him, but he decided to go, and Juventus will probably be his destination, as it was 10 years ago.

The 29-year-old is expected to announce his decision to return to the Old Lady on Friday, the same day that ‘Pogumentari’ was released.

A review of the film, seen by British “Athletic”, reveals that he turned down a contract with United worth more than his previous contract of 290,000 pounds a week, calling the Red Devils’ offer “nothing” while talking on the phone with his then agent Mina Rayola.

– Paul, you are in a very special situation. You have no idea. You have no idea – Rayola told his client on the phone last July.

“Did Manchester [United] make another offer?” The midfielder asked.

– Yes. They absolutely want you to stay. For me, the offer does not reflect that. I told them not to show you that offer if they want you to stay. I will make them understand that if they really want you and if they want to build a project around you, this time they have to behave differently and put money on the table – says Rayola afterwards.

– They are bluffing – Pogba answers – How can you tell a player that you absolutely want him and not offer him anything? I have never seen that – the Frenchman spoke angrily over the phone.

Pogba will sign a four-year contract with Juventus, where he will earn around eight million euros a year.

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