Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba will become a Juventus player on July 1. The Daily Mail says the midfielder's decision to quit Old Trafford and head for the newly-crowned Serie A champions was revealed over the weekend, but Juventus will not comment on the move until his United agreement runs out at the end of next month.

Pogba will then officially become a Juventus player on £20,000 a week.

The France Under 19 midfielder's decision was made known in a letter from his agent Mino Raiola to United chief executive David Gill, but there has been no contact between the player and manager Sir Alex Ferguson.