Arsenal lead Juve and Atletico Madrid in race for Molina

Nahuel Molina is destined for a move to a top club this summer and Arsenal currently lead Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old Argentinian right back has had a great season with Udinese, scoring seven goals and providing four assists in 34 league appearances, and it’s clear that he’s ready to make the jump to a top side, taking the next step in his career following last year’s Copa America victory.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Arsenal have recently expressed concrete interest in Molina and they have a plan to secure the right back; Pablo Mari is currently on loan with Udinese and they could look to include the Spaniard in a possible deal.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are also keen, although the former were not impressed by the €30m price tag. Diego Simeone’s side will decide whether or not they want to make a move for the 24-year-old in a few weeks, after the end of the season.

Arsenal lead Juve and Atletico Madrid in race for Molina

Nahuel Molina is destined for a move to a top club this summer and Arsenal currently lead Juventus and Atletico Madrid in the race to secure his signature.

The 24-year-old Argentinian right back has had a great season with Udinese, scoring seven goals and providing four assists in 34 league appearances, and it’s clear that he’s ready to make the jump to a top side, taking the next step in his career following last year’s Copa America victory.

As reported by Calciomercato.com, Arsenal have recently expressed concrete interest in Molina and they have a plan to secure the right back; Pablo Mari is currently on loan with Udinese and they could look to include the Spaniard in a possible deal.

Juventus and Atletico Madrid are also keen, although the former were not impressed by the €30m price tag. Diego Simeone’s side will decide whether or not they want to make a move for the 24-year-old in a few weeks, after the end of the season.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.

Pogba agent to meet Juventus on Monday

There are multiple reports in Italy that Juventus directors will meet Paul Pogba’s representatives on Monday to discuss a return as a free agent from Manchester United.

The midfielder is out of contract from July 1 and seems to have no intention whatsoever of signing a new deal to remain at Old Trafford.

While there have been consistent reports of a Juve comeback, Sky Sport Italia, Goal.com and Sportitalia now all claim a meeting has been set up for Monday May 16.

With the death of agent Mino Raiola, it is now Rafaela Pimenta who will deal with Pogba’s situation going forward.

Pimenta is expected to be in Turin on Monday to discuss the situation with Juventus directors and analyse the proposal on the table.

Sportitalia maintain Juve can only offer €7-8m per season wages, which is considerably less than Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain could provide.

However, the Bianconeri hope Pogba will follow his heart and return to the club where he was happiest, playing between 2012 and 2016 before his €105m sale to Manchester United.

Some of that was under coach Max Allegri, who has also returned to Juventus after two years away.