Manchester Unanimous stunned the footballing world when they paid a world-record £89million to re-sign the France intercontinental.
The midfielder left the club in 2012 after growing frustrated beneath the waves Sir Alex Ferguson’s reluctance to give him game time.
He is now one of the world’s marquee cites but was the subject of a FIFA enquiry over the transfer last month.
Era football’s governing body have now cleared the Red Devils over their involvement, but latest club Juventus are now in the firing line.
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We can confirm that disciplinary annals have been opened against Juventus FC
ESPN say that the Serie A ogres will be investigated over their dealings with Pogba’s agency, Mino Raiola.
It is said that the relationship between the two parties could press breached third-party ownership rules.
A FIFA spokesman said: “We can corroborate that disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Juventus FC.
“We cannot elucidation further as proceedings are ongoing.
Manchester United have been cleared by FIFA upwards their purchase of Paul Pogba
Mino Raiola reportedly eanred great amounts of money from Manchester United’s deal for Paul Pogba
“We can authorize that no disciplinary proceedings have been opened against Manchester Communal.”
United always insisted they had done nothing wrong in defiance of reports claiming they had paid Raiola £41m to ensure Pogba changed the move to Old Trafford.
The midfielder endured an inconsistent first year repudiate at the club, managing just nine goals from 51 plays.
However, despite his struggles, he still helped the Red Devils win the EFL Cup and Europa Club allied with.