Juventus will reportedly try and tempt Manchester United into the sale of Paul Pogba by offering them either Argentine forward Paulo Dybala or two other stars as part of the deal.
Reports on Tuesday claimed Juve had made a first approach to both United and Pogba’s agent Mino Raiola over a possible deal.
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The midfielder’s future has been subject to lots of conjecture this summer, with Real Madrid also heavily linked.
However, according to various sources in Italy, it is the Serie A champions who have made the first move for Pogba as they look to draw him back to Turin three years after allowing him to return to Old Trafford in an £89.3m sale.
As per il Gazzetta dello Sport, Juventus have this week met United and his agent Raiola over a likely deal.
The report also claim that Pogba has now indicated to the Italian giants he is prepared to come back.
United are expected to ask a fee in excess of £120million for the player.
Now according to the Independent, the Red Devils are giving serious thought to cashing in on Pogba, with Juventus telling Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side they can have their pick of three men to help sweeten the deal.
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The paper says the Red Devils have been offered Dybala in exchange as a meaningful down payment as part of the transaction, or given the option of signing two other long-term targets in full-back Joao Cancelo and Bosnian midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
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