FIFA Clear Manchester United Over Paul Pogba Transfer

FIFA have cleared Manchester United of any irregularities in the deal to bring Paul Pogba back to the club but have commenced disciplinary proceedings against Juventus.

Manchester United paid a world record fee of 89 million pounds to bring the French midfielder back to the club during the summer of 2016 four years after he left the club for Italy.

It was discovered that Paul Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola made 41 million pounds from the deal. This made FIFA open an investigation to unravel details of the transfer.

The World football governing body has however cleared Manchester United if any wrongdoing in the deal in the deal and they will not be punished in this case. But Juventus’s and Mino Raiola might be sanctioned if it is discovered that there was a breach of the third party ownership rules

“We have opened disciplinary proceedings against Juventus” FIFA’s representatives revealed to ESPN.

“However, we won’t be able to speak further on the ongoing investigation.”

“But we can fully confirm that Manchester United have no case to answer and we have not opened any disciplinary proceedings against them.”

Paul Pogba scored a total nine goals in all competition for Manchester United making a total of 59 appearances for the team in the 2016/17 season and scored the team’s first goal in the Europa League final against Ajax.

Pogba’s World Record Return Fee

Paul moved to Manchester United from La Havre as a teenager and left the club in 2009 after he did not get enough first team opportunities. He was resigned in 2016 for 105 million Euros, a world record fee.

Manchester United will also pay 5 million Euros to Juventus if in bonuses that are related to his performances for the team and an extra 5 million Euros when he signs a new contract with the English club.