Calciomercato the first football website in Italy reveals that Juventus are keen to re-sign their former midfield star Paul Pogba next summer.
The Frenchman is still in touch with many former team-mates and despite the sacking of José Mourinho, the Old Lady hopes that during the next transfer campaign, there could be a chance to take the Red Devil back to Italy.
According to Tuttosport, Manchester United are not standing against Pogba’s possible return to Juventus. The Premier League giants, in fact, could discuss the possible sale of their midfielder if Juventus allow Douglas Costa to travel the opposite direction. The Turin-based paper claims Manchester United have offered Juventus to swap the two players at the end of the season.
Pogba’s impact on the Red Devils’ balance sheet is around € 50 million but Ed Woodward is looking for an € 80 million sale, at least. With Douglas Costa included in the deal, Juventus could lower Pogba’s price-tag and complete the player’s return to Turin at the end of the season.