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Juventus and Real Madrid discuss €95 million deal for Pogba - reports

According to ABC, Madrid will not pay more.

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Spanish newspaper ABC report today that Real Madrid will pay €95 million for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba. The deal is reportedly all but done as Juventus and Los Blancos still have to talk about Morata and possibly about other players. Juventus wanted more money but that's all Madrid will offer.

Pogba will earn close to €9 million per season, just like captain Sergio Ramos and behind Cristiano Ronaldo, who is the best paid player in the club. Real Madrid and Pogba's agent Mino Raiola have been discussing the terms of their next contract and apparently it will be a six-year deal, if that same report by ABC is accurate.

The deal won't likely be announce during the UEFA Euro, so Madrid fans will have to wait at least three or four weeks to get official confirmation that Pogba will wear the white jersey next season.

Zidane wants Pogba to play in the center of the midfield alongside Modric, with Toni Kroos playing deeper.

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