In a shocking turn of events, Juventus star midfielder Paul Pogba has once again failed a doping test for testosterone. This news comes as a devastating blow to the world of football, as it is confirmed that the French player has committed a serious infraction.
The drama began on August 20 when Pogba returned his first positive result in a doping test after a match against Udinese. However, hopes that it was an error were dashed with the recent counter-analysis test carried out this Thursday, which returned a definitive positive result.
The implications of this new positive are significant. Pogba could face a ban of two to four years, potentially sidelining him for an extended period. Furthermore, there is a possibility that his contract with Juventus could be permanently terminated.
I was not aware of it
The origin of Pogba’s positive test appears to be a medication acquired in the United States through a friend outside the club. Apparently, the player consumed the drug without knowing the possible consequences of anti-doping controls, which has become a costly mistake.