Paul Pogba will wait until after the World Cup to sign his contract extension at Juventus, according to the Italian Press.
Juventus have been trying to negotiate a new deal with the France international for a few months now.
But Tuttosport claim this morning that the midfielder will not put pen-to-paper until after he’s come back from Brazil in the summer.
The paper reveals that there have been some clashes between the Bianconeri and Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola over the new deal.
The Turin outfit don’t want to include a minimum fee release clause in the contract, whereas the player’s representative does.
There is though, no doubt that the former Manchester United man will sign an extension with Antonio Conte’s men.
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