Man Utd superstar Paul Pogba could join Serie A champions, Juventus if they sell Miralem Pjanic to Chelsea, according to the reports in Italy.
Paul Pogba’s future at Old Trafford remains in doubt following suggestions he wants to depart from the Red Devils after his poor season under Jose Mourinho.
Italian journalist Tancredi Palmeri recently tweeted: “It’s all true: Pogba wants to join back Juventus. But at the moment Manchester United are not willing at all to open a negotiation about him, and hardly Juventus will get a discount on price as with Cristiano Ronaldo, considering Pogba is at his career peak.
“A swap with Dybala is logically the only possible ground to make Pogba to Juventus happen, but at the moment nothing is in motion yet, and all in all Juventus would then definitely need to sell also Pjanic and probably Alex Sandro too.”
And the Italian newspaper TuttoSport echo reported that Pogba and Juventus are keen on to work together once again.
However, they say any deal will be dependent on whether Miralem Pjanic makes the switch to the Red Devils direct Premier League rivals Chelsea.
Serie A giants will need to sell Pjanic to raise funds for French forward’s return and the Blues are the club keen to secure him.
However, the Serie A champions are demanding £72m for the 28-year-old midfielder.
New Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is reportedly keen on to lure Bosnia International playmaker at Stamford Bridge ahead of the next season after securing the services of Jorginho.
Should Chelsea fork out the required fee, Juve would have enough money to re-sign Paul Pogba.