Juventus have reportedly paid £4.5million, to help Paul Pogba buy a house in Manchester, as part of the world-record £90million deal that saw him return to Old Trafford.
Pogba was unveiled on Tuesday morning, after signing a five-year contract with the option of an extra year.
It has emerged that Juventus will have to part with some of the millions they received from United. Pogba’s previous clubs Le Havre, Torcy and Roissy–en-Brie will get around £1.5million for their role in his development.
The player’s agent, Mino Raiola, will be paid close to £20million and according to Yahoo, the Italian champions will also pay £4.5million to help Pogba find a house in Manchester.
Pogba is expected to make his second United debut against Bournemouth, in their Premier League opener this weekend.