Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba keeps making headlines week-in, week-out.
Last month, it was reported that the Frenchman could be heading to Barcelona in January as the Catalans are yet to give up on their desire to capture him.
Last week, it was claimed, via The Sun, that Paul Pogba wants to remain at Old Trafford as long as his contract remains active.
It’s another story for this week as Calciomercato are claiming that the Red Devils are ready to offer the playmaker in a swap deal for Juventus midfielder Paulo Dybala.
The Argentine midfielder is a longtime target for the Red Devils and Mourinho is still eager to work with the versatile player, who can equally operate as a centre-forward and a winger.
The 24-year-old, who joined the Old Lady from Palermo in 2015, has scored 68 goals having played 142 games for the Turin club.
It is believed that the young attacker will form a great partnership with summer signing Cristiano Ronaldo so as to lead the Scuddetto Champions to the Champions League glory, however, that might just be a mere thought because the Portuguese superstar seems to have pushed the Argentine down the pecking order.
Many reporters are suggesting that Pogba could be heading back to Juventus, where he considers as home, but it remains unknown if the Red Devils are ready to release £60m-plus-Pogba for Dybala’s signature when the transfer window reopens.