Paul Pogba has been provisionally suspended from professional soccer after a drug test found elevated levels of testosterone.
The news broke on Monday evening, and the BBC have reported that the adverse test was recorded after Juventus had claimed a 3-0 win over Udinese in August 2022.
Paul Pogba could face lengthy ban
The reports have claimed that the midfielder was randomly selected for a drug test following the Old Lady’s Serie A win last year, despite being an unused substitute.
Pogba could face a lengthy ban from soccer if found guilty of the breach, as the 30-year-old could be banned for between two and four years.
Juventus have commented on the news, and have indicated that they will await the final outcome before ‘considering’ their next steps.
The former Man United star has three days to produce a counter-analysis of the result.