Juventus have contacted Manchester United about the possibility of re-signing Paul Pogba, just three years after the Frenchman left Italy to return to Old Trafford.
The 26-year-old has also been linked with a move to Real Madrid in La Liga and previously labelled Los Blancos a ‘dream club’, however a return to Serie A now look’s more likely, according to the Guardian.
Pogba, who left United aged 19 to flee to Turin, is said to be interested in returning to Juventus this summer after United missed out on Champions League qualification for the 2019/2020 season.
After spending big on Cristiano Ronaldo last summer, the Bianconeri need to sell before buying and it’s said that they could offer one of Paulo Dybala, Alex Sandro or Douglas Costa to make up the fee United would demand for Pogba’s services.
Should a transfer happen, Pogba look’s set to play under Maurizio Sarri next season, who has told Chelsea he wishes to return to Italy’s top-flight after winning the Europa League with the Blues.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær is believed to have told Ed Woodward he wants all business done before United jet off for their pre-season tour in early July, so if a move does happen for Pogba, it’s likely to be in the coming weeks.
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