No bargain, the Frenchman from Juventus has to answer in court and now risks a serious blow
The National Anti-Doping Prosecutor's Office has requested a four-year ban for Paul Pogba. As has been rumored in recent days, there is no deal for the Frenchman from Juventus, who tested positive for synthetic testosterone in the test carried out by the anti-doping laboratory in Rome after the match between Udinese and Juventus on August 20 .
The Juventus midfielder, who was suspended as a precautionary measure on September 12th, also tested positive in the counter-analysis, the results of which were announced on October 6th. The four-year application corresponds to the sanction provided for doping if there is no plea deal: apparently the player would have refused, which would have kept him off the field for two years. Pogba will then face trial at the National Anti-Doping Tribunal.