Juventus: Paul Pogba’s salary has been drastically reduced

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Paul Pogba’s salary has been drastically reduced following his positive test for testosterone.

The Juventus midfielder was earning a reported €8 million net per year, making him the highest-paid player at the club.

However, his wages have now been slashed to the minimum salary allowed under the Italian professional players’ collective agreement, which is €3,500 per month, according to RMC Sport.

This is a significant fall from grace for Pogba, who was once one of the most sought-after players in the world.

The 30-year-old has been suspended for four years by UEFA for doping, although he is appealing the decision.

It remains to be seen whether Pogba will ever play professional football again, but his current salary is a reminder of how quickly things can change in the world of sport.

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