Pogba provisionally suspended

Juventus midfielder, Paul Pogba, has been provisionally suspended for an anti-doping offence and faces a suspension of up to four years if found guilty.

This suspension comes after he returned an adverse sample from a random drug test conducted following Juventus’ Serie A game against Udinese on August 20. During that match, he was an unused substitute.

Pending further investigation, including the testing of a backup “B” sample, Pogba faces a potential suspension of up to four years if found guilty of the anti-doping offense.

The Frenchman’s career has been marked by injuries since his return to Juventus from Manchester United over a year ago.

He missed out on playing in the World Cup final with the French national team due to a knee injury.
Additionally, he played in only six Serie A matches for Juventus in the previous season and has yet to start a game in the current season, making only two substitute appearances.

Pogba has yet to start a game this season but has made two substitute appearances, last playing in the 2-0 win at Empoli.

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