Along with the £90m transfer fee, there are reportedly £5m in bonuses that United will have to pay based on future success.
In addition, Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola received a huge fee for finalizing the deal, believed to be €25m. Juventus are reportedly paying £20m of Raiola’s fee with United picking up the tab for the other £5m.
But, according to Yahoo, perhaps the most surprising stipulation of the switch is the one which sees Juventus pay Pogba £4.5 million to help find a house in Manchester.
Around £1.5million will go to Pogba’s previous clubs Le Havre, Torcy and Roissy-en-Brie, for their role in Pogba’s development.
When you add in the fees to Raiola, Pogba and the youth clubs, Juventus will make about £64 million from selling Pogba. A nice profit on the £800,000 they had to pay to get him, but still a lot less than most people would expect considering it was a world record fee.
Juventus actually confirmed these numbers in a statement confirming “the definitive transfer of the registration rights of the player Paul Labile Pogba for a consideration of €105m to be paid in two financial years.
“The consideration may increase of €5m on achieving given conditions in the course of the duration of the contract.
“The economic effect is positive for about €72.6m, net of solidarity subsidy and auxiliary expenses.”
Pogba could make his second United debut when the Red Devils travel to Bournemouth for their Premier League opener on Sunday.
Pogba, who scored eight goals in 35 games for the Bianconeri last season, has taken the No.6 shirt at Old Trafford.