French national team manager Didier Deschamps has fuelled transfer rumours linking Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba to Juventus by claiming that Old Lady fans have the right to dream about re-signing the 25-year-old.
Deschamps spoke about Paul Pogba and a potential return to Juventus in an interview with Italian news outlet Gazzetta Dello Sport adding that the Italian Serie A champions have the capacity to sign Pogba if they can pull off a sensational move for Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo during the last transfer window in the summer.
Ronaldo swapped Real Madrid for Juventus after the latter agreed to pay a whopping fee of €100m for his services and Deschamps is of the opinion that his former club will have to pay more to sign Pogba.
Didier Deschamps won the Champions League with Juventus in 1996 before returning to manage the Old Lady between 2006 and 2007.
Deschamps and Pogba played a huge role as France won a second World Cup title in Russia this summer by beating Croatia 4-2 in the final.
Pogba was one of the goalscorers for the French team.
His return to Manchester United has been dominated by his feud with manager Jose Mourinho and that has prompted talks of a move away from Old Trafford with clubs like Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Barcelona and Juventus.