France and Juventus midfielder, Paul Pogba has tested positive for testosterone following their Serie A clash with Udinese, few weeks back, according to reports from the Corriere della Sera.
Italy’s national anti-doping tribunal said Pogba returned a test with elevated levels of testosterone after Juve’s 3-0 win at Udinese on 20 August.
Pogba has played a combined total of 51 minutes as a substitute this season in games with Bologna and Empoli.
The report claims Pogba has three days to respond to the charge.
Anti-doping test are being carried out randomly on players immediately after matches in most elite European leagues.
The former Manchester United midfielder must now produce a counter-analysis of the result.
If Pogba is found guilty, bans for doping in Serie A can carry suspensions from playing lasting between two and four years, leaving the 30-year-old in significant trouble.