Italian champions Juventus believe that Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba is open to a return to the Serie A club.
Paul Pogba has been linked with a move back to Turin on multiple occasions after having a difficult second season at Old Trafford under manager Jose Mourinho.
The Sunday mirror reported today that although Juventus have spent over £100million on Ronaldo, they are prepared to splash around the same amount of money on Paul Pogba.
The club is expected to receive around £200million in transfers if they sell midfielder Miralem Pjanic, striker Gonzalo Higuain and central defenders Daniele Rugani and Mattia Caldara.
The arrival of Pogba would really boost their chances of winning the Champions League (although they’ve already given themselves a massive boost by signing Cristiano Ronaldo).
United would need to resist any move for Pogba unless a replacement was already in place.