Juventus are stepping up their interest in midfielder Paul Pogba. According to Tuttosport, the Italian giants are desperate to re-sign the player they sold for nearly £90 million in 2016.
Paul Pogba has had to endure a somewhat torrid season, having played less than 10 games, no thanks to an injury, and the rumor mill is again linking the Frenchman with a move away from old Trafford.
Per Tuttosport, Juventus want to offer Manchester United as much as £55 million and either Paulo Dybala or Miralem Pjanic in an attempt to convince us to sell Pogba.
It’s an enticing offer, and one that seems possible, given the players on the other end, but it would also depend on whether United and the players want the deal.
It’s not the first time Dybala is involved in a swap deal; the Argentine almost made a similar switch, which could have seen Romelu Lukaku go in the opposite direction last summer, but he called it off last minute.
Pogba, on the other hand, has been mute about his United future in recent months, after saying he was looking for ‘a new challenge’ last year.
The season is currently on hold, and whatever happens from here will depend largely on its resumption.