Paul Pogba is close to extending his stay at Juventus by two more years, according to Goal.com.
The Frenchman arrived in Turin on a free transfer from Manchester United in the summer of 2012, and excelled in his first season in Serie A.
He was certainly pleased with the role he had in the side during the last campaign, playing 27 times as Juventus won the league.
Following on from a frustrating spell on the sidelines at Old Trafford, game time was what he craved, and that is what he was provided at Juventus.
But it's not just club football where the midfielder has been excelling. He now has an Under-20 World Cup winners medal to his name, as well as receiving his first full cap for France.
As Pogba's stature in the game continues to grow, so does interest in the 20-year-old.
His current deal keeps him with the Serie A champions until 2016, but it is believed that the club are looking to extend that by another two seasons.
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