PAUL THE PLUG JUVENTUS are considering selling Paul Pogba – or even terminating his contract, according to shock reports.
The French World Cup winner, 29, returned to the Old Lady in July following his release from Manchester United.
Paul Pogba could be on his way back out of Juventus again this summer
However, seven months on, he is yet to make his debut thanks to a series of injuries.
The midfielder required surgery after damaging his knee in pre-season and then was ruled out of Qatar 2022 with a thigh strain.
And after being named on the bench last weekend against Monza, Max Allegri confirmed Pogba had “soreness in his flexors” to delay his long-awaited return further.
Now the Daily Mail claim the club are weighing up the possibility of letting him leave this summer.
Ripping up his £130,000-a-week contract that runs until 2026 is described as “no longer an impossible scenario”.
Another option could see Pogba sold, with the MLS a likely destination.
By December 31, the star had cost Juventus £2.9million without playing a single minute of competitive football.
Pogba won four Serie A titles in his four seasons with Juve between 2012 and 2016 before returning to United for a record-brekaing £89m.
But this 2022-23 campaign has been a nightmare for the player and the club.
As well as his lack of action, the Old Lady are down in 13th in the table – 30 points off leaders Napoli – following their 15-point deduction following an investigation into their transfer activity.
Allegri’s side were dumped out of the Champions League, scraping into the Europa League thanks to their solitary win over Maccabi Haifa.