Paul Pogba opted against extending his stay at Manchester United, running down his contract with the club and hitting free agency. He's widely expected to return to Juventus and sign for the club on a free transfer this summer.

After leaving Manchester, Pogba fired a shot at his former club for the way they handled his contract negotiations. The French midfielder blasted Manchester United for their alleged lowball offer, which Pogba deemed as being a “nothing” offer, worth £300,000 ($371,000) in wages per week. Via his new documentary, the Pogumentary, Pogba revealed he was insulted by the offer which he considered to be far below his value.

“My thought process is to show Manchester that they made a mistake in waiting to give me a contract. And to show other clubs that Manchester had made a mistake in not offering me a contract,” said Pogba via The Guardian.

“They’re bluffing. How can you tell a player you absolutely want him and offer him nothing? Never seen that.”

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Pogba was upset that Manchester United continued to maintain the stance that he was part of their future plans but never offered him a contract. When they finally did present him with a new deal, the reported £300,000 per week offer was not on par with what Pogba considered fair value. While a £300,000 weekly salary is a staggering amount — it would amount to as much as £15.6 million per year — the superstar midfielder considered it to be an insulting lowball.

Juventus is expected to bring Pogba to the club on a new four-year deal, though the value of that contract has yet to be revealed. If £300,000 per week is “nothing” to the superstar midfielder, one can only imagine Juventus is set to pay him a fortune in his return to Serie A.