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Man United player “face ban,” which may have caused to retire early

After testing positive for increased testosterone levels, former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been recommended by Italian anti-doping prosecutors to serve a four-year suspension.

Random tests conducted after Juventus’ opening Serie A match of the season against Udinese revealed that Pogba had elevated testosterone levels.

Because of the positive test, the Frenchman was suspended in September, and it now seems possible that he may have played his final game of a career.

When RMC Sport initially approached Pogba’s agent to comment on his player’s circumstances, the agency responded, saying, “We are awaiting the counter-analysis and we can’t have an opinion before the results.” One thing is for sure: Paul Pogba never intended to disobey the law.

The 30-year-old requested a counter-analysis be performed on the positive test, but the outcome was likewise positive.

It has recently come to light that the maximum sentence suggested by Italian anti-doping prosecutors was four years.

The former Manchester United player refused to take a plea bargain, so the case will be handled in an anti-doping court.

The punishment may be reduced if Pogba can demonstrate that their doping was unintentional, as he claims, or if the test was compromised. They may also be eligible to receive credit for providing “substantial assistance” to investigators.

Pogba will reach 34 in four years, and there are whispers that Juventus may terminate his contract before it ends in 2026.

This is accurate even though Juventus manager Max Allegri said in October, “Humanely, I’m sorry for Paul.”

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