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Paul Pogba Boot Deal With Adidas Is Worth £35 Million Including Bonuses

France ace Midfielder Paul Pogba was on the radar of German Sportswear Giants “Adidas” from his initial game days. In 2014, when Pogba was playing in Juventus, Adidas offered him a contract worth £20m for ten years. Pogba didn’t accept the deal as the player market value and TV appearance were high. Later, Adidas made another offer, which he accepted. Paul Pogba Adidas Boot Deal was announced ahead of the 2014-2015 season.

The deal is worth £3 million per year for ten years. The deal will be expired in 2024. See the financial numbers behind the Paul Pogba Adidas Boot Deal:

ContractDetails
Boot SupplierAdidas
Contract Duration10 years
Yearly payments£3 million + addons
Total payment over the course of the deal£30 million + addons
Any performance-related clauses?£1 million a year will be added to the yearly deal if Pogba wins the champions league.

With that contract in 2014, He joined the likes of Messi, Arjen Robben, Gareth Bale, and Robin van Persie in Adidas’ group of elite players and boasts similar commercial value. His contract with the German sports manufacturers is his most lucrative, earning around £3 million per annum.

Not only does he appear in almost every TV ad the brand brings to our screens, but he’s also on every poster advertising the latest Predator boots. His 10-year deal is worth around £30 million in total payments. The deal doesn’t expire till 2024.

The Manchester United midfielder will be seen in the German sportswear brand’s Adidas the Predator laceless bootHe will also wear the company’s lifestyle, training, footwear, and apparel products off the pitch. The collection comes with, t-shirt, a full tracksuit, and a hoodie.

Paul Pogba Adidas Boot Deal Bonuses

With £30 million in Total payment over the course of the deal, The contract also has a performance-related clause and conditions. These are:

  • £2 million will be added which will includes a title win bonus, and other bonuses.
  • £2 million if he wins the Worldcup
  • £1 million if he wins the European Cup with France

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